How to Protect Yourself & Loved Ones

What can you do to help protect yourselves, your loved ones, and your community?

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  • Practice social distancing and stay home. Research has found that aggressive social distancing reduces the spread of the virus and saves lives.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Be appropriately responsible and vigilant, and please do not panic.
  • Avoid non-essential outings.
  • If you are required to be around others, maintain a 6-foot distance.
  • Do not shake hands or hug.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • It is important to be adequately prepared but please do not hoard supplies. You can eliminate the need to leave your home if you ensure you have plenty of food and medications on hand.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, including phones.
  • In general, keep your body and immune system in the best possible shape by getting adequate sleep, eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and get outside and enjoy some vitamin D from the sunlight.
  • If you smoke, vape or use a water pipe it is an especially good time to quit. COVID-19 disrupts the immune system, which is already weakened with smoke.

Stay Safe. Stay Healthy.

Mike Olain - Defy the Odds. Peter Fenton - Our role is small but important.
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Jaimie & Kelly - Protect our families. Trent & Donna - Protect our seniors.
Nicole & Jill - Let's Protect Each Other.

 

Page Last Updated: 17/12/2020