When you are sick or in a critical condition, there is nothing more frightening than to be the one to catch an outbreak.
But the spread of infection from an individual to a large group can be deadly.
Here’s how to prevent people from spreading the disease to others: 1.
Avoid contact with your partner 2.
Avoid close contacts If you’re at risk of catching the virus, do not go to a friend or relative who may be close to you.
They may spread the virus to others.
You may also want to avoid sharing a bed with your close friend or family member.
Don’t spread the infection to others through public places 4.
Never share your cough with a stranger 5.
Avoid socializing with people who may have contracted the virus 6.
Use condoms, and do not share a syringe of medication 7.
Never wash your hands or wash your clothes with water 8.
Use a mask when you have to spread the disease.
Make sure you wear protective clothing when you travel.
Never expose your genitals to others 11.
Use public transportation, or stay home if you cannot avoid public places.
Wear latex gloves when you wear latex or latex-based contact lenses, contact lenses or contact lenses that have a polymer coating.
Wear a face mask when going to the bathroom, when wearing a mask or while touching your genitals.
Always wear a mask while walking to the restroom.
Never let your children play in the open without a mask, face mask or goggles.
Never leave children unattended while wearing a face cover or goggles at home.
Do not use any form of contact lens that has a polymeric coating.
Donate blood or blood products to organizations that provide medical care, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that provides medical testing.
Donations are welcome to any organizations that serve the public.
For more information about how to help, visit http://www.covid-travel-restrictions.gov.