MASK! MASK! MASK!

Everyone should wear a mask when leaving home.  It helps keep you protected. It has been shown that the mask helps keep droplets from coming into your mouth and nose when you are out.

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Wear a mask and keep yourself and your family protected?  OR

Don’t wear a mask and become infected and take it home to your family?

If you have a problem breathing in it, time yourself while out and get back inside in a timely manner.

It has been determined, some people host the COVID-19 Virus and can transmit it, but may never have any symptoms or it affecting them.  Since we don’t know who has what – PROTECT yourself.

 

COUGHING

Be careful. When someone coughs in the atmosphere the droplets linger in the air for up to 14 minutes. These droplets can get in your eye sockets, nose or mouth and you could become infected.
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CELL PHONE SURFACES AND THEIR GERMS

TEXTING, EMAILS, FACEBOOK MESSAGING, SNAPCHAT, ANSWERING A CALL, ?

Every time you do one of the above you are using your fingers and hands to send the messages, etc.

How often do you clean your phone screen?  Do you wash your hands before and after you use your phone?

Phone surfaces carry a buffet of germs and each time you use your cell phone surface you leave germs and pick up germs.  Germs are transmitted from hand to mouth just by not washing your hands and sanitizing your cell phone screen.

It may seem irrelevant, but every time you touch a doorknob, push open a door, touch the microwave in the break room, the light switch, someone else’s stapler, etc. you pick up germs on your hands.  Then you touch your cell phone and you’re eating with those same hands while using your cell phone.

STOP and take the time to wipe off your phone screen.  A sanitizing wipe weekly will kill most of the germs sitting on your cell phone and allow you to keep your self from getting sick from germs you put on your cell phone screen.

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