How to Stay Safe During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Health Hand Sanitizer Coronavirus COVID-19
Unless the errand is necessary, such as going to the grocery store, keeping yourself isolated from the general public decreases the risk of catching or spreading the disease. Being forced to stay at home may seem like you’re under house arrest but take this as an opportunity to work on projects or activities that were brushed aside because you didn’t have the time. If you’re in need of ideas of things that could be done at home, you could try:
- Learning a new language
- Watching an entire show from start to finish on Netflix
- Looking up new recipes
- Beginning an online class to advance your career
Because the Coronavirus spreads through person-to-person contact, government and public health officials have recommended keeping a distance of (at least) 6 feet to others. Unless you’re an NBA player, that equates to roughly two arm lengths.
- Palms and back of hands
- All sides of fingers and fingernails
- Webbing by the first finger and thumb
If you have no idea where to find a hand sanitizer, MUSE is currently offering a high-quality and affordable one. With its sturdy cap, you can place this sanitizer in your bag or purse without the risk of unwanted spills.
Word of caution!
The Red Cross highly warns against placing face masks on children under the age of 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is incapacitated, unconscious or otherwise unable to remove a mask without assistance from others.