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There are a variety of things you can do to stay safe during the Covid-19 pandemic even if you catch the virus. The CDC advises individuals how to manage Covid-19 at home and the time frame you can be around others once recovered. Additional ways to slow the spread include disinfecting your home often and wearing gloves after caring for someone who had Covid-19. Within these videos, you will see information on managing coronavirus symptoms, disinfecting your home, essential errand tips, and key questions regarding how the virus spreads.
If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, follow the steps below to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.
Si usted está enfermo a causa del COVID-19 o sospecha que está infectado con el virus que lo causa, tome las siguientes medidas para ayudar a prevenir que esta enfermedad se propague a las personas en su casa y comunidad.
Dr. John Brooks, CDC’s Chief Medical Officer for the COVID-19 response, answers a key question about the novel coronavirus outbreak
It's important to wear a mask in public places especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. You'll find the best way to wear a mask and when to wear a mask here.
Social distancing is crucial in staying safe and healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic. Limiting face to face contact is necessary in both indoor and outdoor settings. We’ve compiled a list of videos on key time to social distance and how it limits the spread of Coronavirus.
Washing your hands frequently can reduce the risk of getting Covid-19. The CDC recommends individuals to wash their hands for 20 seconds and provides alternatives if soap and water isn’t available such as using hand sanitizer.
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