If you are in a category the CDC has deemed as higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, consult the CDC’s extra precautions site and speak with your healthcare provider about risks and how to manage them.
LIMIT close personal contact and maintain a minimum physical distance of at least six feet. Be mindful of physical distancing in small spaces including elevators, hallways, stairwells, and restrooms.
WEAR cloth face coverings in classrooms and areas where you are not able to practice appropriate physical distancing, which includes most indoor public spaces.
WASH your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds as frequently as feasible.
USE hand sanitizer after interactions with people or objects if soap and water are not readily available.
COUGH or SNEEZE into a tissue, sleeve or elbow, not your hands.
DO NOT SHARE drinks, bottles, phones, desks, eating utensils, hygiene products or other personal use items.
STAY HOME if you are ill.
AVOID touching your face.
REFRAIN from shaking hands or other close bodily contact (including “selfies”) with others.
DISINFECT any public equipment (fitness equipment, computers, water filling stations, etc.) before and after each use.
LIMIT the size of gatherings. Currently there can be no more than 10 people in an indoor space and 25 outdoors and you must follow six-foot distancing guidelines.
MONITOR your health daily to identify cases early and to be mindful of contagion. If you begin to have symptoms of COVID-19, self-isolate immediately and contact your healthcare provider.