In order to help stop the spreading of COVID-19, health officials across the world are recommending you practice social distancing. This involves taking steps to limit the number of people you come into close contact with. This will help to limit the spread of COVID-19 in your community and across the country.
Social distancing doesn’t ban you from going outside completely. Most public health officials are stating you can still go for a walk outdoors, get groceries and pick up essentials like prescription medications. Please check with your local health authorities to see their public statements, guidelines and restrictions for social distancing. In general, be sure to avoid crowds and maintain the recommended distance between yourself and others.
While this may sound challenging and boring, especially if you’re particularly social, doing your part to distance yourself can help slow down the spread of this virus. To help you get through the next few weeks of social distancing, or self-quarantine, here’s what we suggest: