As we slowly learn how to navigate a global pandemic, people are beginning to return to their offices. Whether you’re back with all your co-workers or will be doing so soon, keep these tips in mind to keep your co-workers, your family, and yourself safe.
- Remain socially distant. According to medical professionals, keeping six feet between yourself and others is the best way to keep safe. It is a far enough distance to keep you safe from projectiles that are sprayed from speaking or sneezing.
- Wear a mask. If you can’t keep socially distant, wear a mask. The best way to keep safe is to wear a mask AND stay distant.
- Wash your hands. Wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds to clean off any germs there may be on your hands. If you can’t wash your hands for whatever reason, use hand sanitizer.
- Be smart. If doing something or going somewhere seems like it may be a risk, consider listening to your gut and doing what is safest.
To learn more about what we are doing to keep everyone as safe as possible, contact us today.
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