Coronavirus Tips you Can Utilize Now
With the spread of Coronavirus in Central Missouri, there’s no doubting the sense of unease its residents feel day-to-day. However, that doesn’t have to be you. In addition to staying informed, you can also contribute to minimizing the spread of coronavirus in Central Missouri. The best way to get started is to follow the tips recommended by the CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO), which include but aren’t limited to:
- Wash the hands: Your hands carry germs and bacteria easily. This can be prevented by using soap and water and following the CDC recommendation of a minimum of 20 seconds at a time. Be sure to wash longer if you’ve been out in public.
- Sanitizer is a cheat code: It’s not always convenient to wash your hands. As such, the best move to make is to use sanitizer to combat the germs. For truly effective prevention, you need sanitizer that’s at least 60% alcohol.
- Self-isolation counts: We don’t like doing this in Central Missouri, but this an essential task that’s mandatory for everyone. Do your part by staying home as much as possible. When necessary, maintain a distance of six feet from others when out in public.
- Clean your home: It’s important to regularly sanitize and disinfect the home. If you’re unsure about how this should be handled for coronavirus, then just follow the sanitization protocol established by the World Health Organization.
911 Restoration is hard at work making sure the wellbeing and safety of our Central Missouri residents aren’t compromised. That’s why we perform a full range of emergency restoration services in addition to offering a complete sanitization service. It’s true the coronavirus can’t be eliminated by our technicians. However, we can keep you as safe as possible thanks to remaining current on the latest CDC and EPA protocols.