Mar 22, 2020

Prevent Coronavirus if You Are at Risk

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#Steer clear of crowds, especially in poorly ventilated areas. The virus appears to spread faster in crowded areas, especially if there’s not a lot of fresh air circulating. When you do go out, avoid areas and events where large groups tend to gather. If you find a place getting crowded, excuse yourself and leave.<ref>https://ift.tt/3aTMC9C>
 
#Steer clear of crowds, especially in poorly ventilated areas. The virus appears to spread faster in crowded areas, especially if there’s not a lot of fresh air circulating. When you do go out, avoid areas and events where large groups tend to gather. If you find a place getting crowded, excuse yourself and leave.<ref>https://ift.tt/3aTMC9C>
 
#*You may need to skip parties and other events. You might have someone who attends bring you there virtually by doing a video call or using Facebook live.  
 
#*You may need to skip parties and other events. You might have someone who attends bring you there virtually by doing a video call or using Facebook live.  
#*If you normally attend religious services, see if you can watch them online. You might also try doing a video call with your religious leader to connect with your faith.
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#*If you normally attend religious services, see if you can watch them online. You might also try doing a video call with your religious leader to connect with your faith.:[[Image:Avoid Crowded Places Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Move at least away from people who are visibly ill. It’s extremely important for you to avoid anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Even if what they have isn’t coronavirus, it’s a possible threat to your immune system. If you see someone who appears ill, kindly distance yourself from them. If necessary, tell them nicely that you’re trying to avoid getting sick.<ref>https://ift.tt/2wl7Heb>
 
#Move at least away from people who are visibly ill. It’s extremely important for you to avoid anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Even if what they have isn’t coronavirus, it’s a possible threat to your immune system. If you see someone who appears ill, kindly distance yourself from them. If necessary, tell them nicely that you’re trying to avoid getting sick.<ref>https://ift.tt/2wl7Heb>
 
#*You might say, “I see you’re coughing. I hope you get well soon! I’m going to stand over here, though, because I get sick easily.”  
 
#*You might say, “I see you’re coughing. I hope you get well soon! I’m going to stand over here, though, because I get sick easily.”  


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