The CDC has provided a corona protection guide from all their findings. However, coronavirus or COVID-19 is a newly discovered virus. Experts constantly learn more and more about it. At the moment, there is no vaccine. Taking proper steps to protect yourself and others can lower the spread significantly. In this post, we cover specifically a caregiver coronavirus protection guide.
Community organizers’ planning for COVID-19 should include those who are at an increased risk of the virus. Additionally, the organizations that support these people in their communities should take every step to ensure their needs are taken into consideration.
Coronavirus victims may experience coughs, fevers, and difficulties breathing. These facilities should screen staff and visitors if they experience any of the symptoms.
Wash hands often, avoid touching your face/eyes/nose, avoid sick people and crowds, and disinfect commonly-used surfaces. Review your loved ones’ COVID-19 plan (and have a plan for yourself).