Transition In Place Monthly News Veterans Newsletter Presents: Covid 19
The Coronavirus or Covid 19 is an outbreak first started in Wuhan, China, but cases have been identified all over the United States. The Coronavirus to be a respiratory illness that includes symptoms of coughing, fevers and shortness of breath.
The new coronavirus can be spread from person to person. It is diagnosed with a laboratory test. There is no coronavirus vaccine yet. This virus can affect the young and the elderly, no one is immune.
Please Remember to Always:
Practice social distancing. Reframe from gathering in crowds of 10 or more, the less people the better.
Wash hands with soap or use hand sanitizer before preparing or eating food. During normal daily activities, such as working, praying, touching and playing, disease causing germs may get onto the hands and under the nails. If the germs are not washed off before preparing food or eating, they may get onto the food.
When arriving to your home, change into clean clothes. Dirty clothes should be washed with laundry soap before wearing out in the public again.
Turning away from other people and covering the nose and mouth with a tissue or the hand when coughing or sneezing. If this is not done, droplets of liquid containing germs from the nose and mouth will be spread in the air and other people can then catch the germs that you are releasing from your body.
MOST IMPORTANTLY, BE INFORMED, BE SAFE, BE PREPARED, BE READY!