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Coronavirus Safety Tips

You may have noticed that words such as quarantine, hand washing, social distancing, hygiene, and disinfection are now the new normal in the aftermath of the pandemics of the highly infectious coronavirus disease, hygiene has become a necessity in modern life.

Coronavirus is spread by coming into contact with an infected person. This can happen at home while driving, or while on the go. To prevent getting the coronavirus or spreading it to others, we are required to cover our mouths and noses with face masks, wash our hands for twenty seconds with soap or hand sanitizers and be more mindful to disinfect regularly used surfaces. 

Maintaining good hygiene on a regular basis can help minimize the risk of contracting coronavirus from others or in public places. Follow these instructions to keep you and your loved ones healthy while also enhancing your overall health.

At-Home Safety

To reduce the spread of coronavirus, it is recommended in the first place that you remain at home as much as possible. Request that deliveries be left outside your house if you have the option. Pay and tip electronically if you order products for delivery. If possible, stay at least 6 feet (1.8 m) away from delivery people if you must interact. If you pay with cash, be sure to wash your hands after using it.

Out and About Safety

While sheltering in place can help you stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak, chances are you will still have to leave your home at some point to get groceries or medicine, or other essential activities. Take basic steps to protect yourself while you're out and about, in order to reduce your chances of bringing the virus back home.

The CDC recommends everyone wear a mask around other people and stay six feet (1.8 m) away from others. This is especially important when you go to a grocery store or other area where there is a crowd. It is safer to make your trips during times where there are fewer people. Most stores provide stations with disinfectant wipes for your hands, carts, and baskets near the store entrance. Make it a habit to disinfect the cart or basket handles and pay by card to avoid transmission. If you have to pay using cash, always sanitize with alcohol after every transaction.

Wash Your Hands

Wash your hands regularly for twenty seconds with soap or alcohol and avoid touching your face. If soap and water aren’t readily available, you can also clean your hands with sanitizing wipes or an alcohol-based gel hand sanitizer.

There is a possibility your phone came into contact with the coronavirus. Wash your hands, then turn off your phone and wipe it down with a microfiber cloth. and hand sanitizer.

Keep Surfaces Clean

Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces on a regular basis, such as the chairs, remote controls, shared laptops, tablets, and everything else in the living room where you may have had guests.

Wash surfaces that people regularly come into contact with, such as:

  • Doorknobs
  • Light switches
  • Kitchen tables and counters
  • Remote controls
  • Railings
  • Desks and chairs
  • Toilet seats
  • Sinks and taps
  • Trash can lids


If someone in your home does get sick, isolate them in their own room and have them wear a mask to decrease the spread of the virus to other family members.

Take additional precautions to protect family members that are at a higher risk for severe illness from the infection, including the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions.

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Final Thoughts

We must all be aware of simple rules to remain safe and stylish in these extraordinary times, where handshakes and embraces are discouraged and face masks have become a basic piece of clothing.

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