In the height of the Coronavirus or COVID19 pandemic we are all trying to navigate through this difficult time. This pandemic has interupted daily life accross our nation and the rest of the world. It is vital that we all do our part in staying safe and not spreading this virus. If you have a loved that resides in a senior living community of any kind, please honor their no vistor rule. It is hard to not go and vist and check on our loved ones, but by staying away you're not only protecting them, but you're protecting the other residents that live there. The elderly community is at a more serious risk if they contract this virus. Their immune systems aren't as strong as they once were due to age and underline ailments that they may have. If your loved ones live at home or with you, remember to wash your hands, disinfect everything with the proper disinfectants. Using hand sanitizer is another way to keep your hands clean, however, after the third use of hand sanitizer wash your hands with soap and water. Use a antibacterial soap when washing your hands as it kills more germs. Make sure to keep your loved ones home as much as possible, exposing them to the outside could increase their chances of contracting the Coronavirus. These are just a few tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe. If anyone has other tips and information to help decrease the spread of COVID19 feel free to share. #Togetherwewillgetthroughthis.
Mar 28, 2020· Edited: Mar 28, 2020