Protect your home against COVID-19
Minimize your exposure to other people. The more people you see, the more vulnerable you are to contracting COVID-19.
Keep a physical distance of six feet between yourself and others whenever possible.
ALWAYS wear a face mask when you are within six feet of people outside your household. Wash them with regular laundry detergent after each use. (Disposable masks are fine as well but in short supply)
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20-30 seconds: ALWAYS after you have been in public, after touching shared surfaces in your home, after the restroom, before you eat, and after coughing or sneezing. When soap and water are unavailable, carry and use a hand-sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
Cover sneezes and coughs with a tissue, throw it away and wash your hands.
DO NOT touch your face (eyes, nose, or mouth) unless you have washed your hands.
Clean and disinfect shared surfaces every day: sinks, keyboards, light switches, doorknobs, countertops, phones, faucets, and such keys, with a disinfecting solution or wipe
If someone gets sick, isolate that person from the rest of the household as much as possible. CALL your doctor for guidance. For severe symptoms — difficulty breathing or high fever — call your local emergency room for arrival instructions.