Coronavirus Tips for a Safe and Healthy Community

Published by Janny on March 30th 2020

As the number of coronavirus cases increases in communities across the country, you may feel a rising sense of worry. While it is important that each individual takes this pandemic seriously, it is equally important that we do not panic. Take the time to educate yourself, stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus tips, and remain calm.

First and foremost, make sure your current understanding of the coronavirus pandemic is based on reliable information. Follow trusted resources such as the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control. Clarify the reasons why coronavirus has created a worldwide emergency. When you understand what is and is not at stake, you are in a better position to make choices that are safe for you and for your community.

Make sure you wash your hands regularly and disinfect your living and work spaces. Maintain a buffer zone of at least six feet between yourself and other individuals in public areas. Do not shake hands, and stay home as much as possible. 

Be judicious in your use of medical supplies such as face masks. The CDC strongly discourages individuals from using face masks if they are not sick or caring for someone who is sick. Due to increased demand, these commodities are in short supply. If you are not a member of a vulnerable population, your use of a face mask could leave high-risk individuals unprotected.

On that note, always bear in mind that the choices you make affect those who are elderly or in poor health. Coronavirus remains viable on a surface for hours, and sometimes even days. This makes it exceptionally easy to spread coronavirus throughout your home, business, and community. 

We at 911 Restoration are here to help you maintain a safe and healthy environment with professional deep cleaning and sanitization services using disinfection solutions. Our robust network of franchises serve communities all across the United States with compassionate, comprehensive sanitization. Every team is trained to follow CDC and EPA protocols for cleaning. And our branches are locally owned and operated, ensuring that the people who sanitize your home or business are fully dedicated to protecting your community.

This may feel like the end of the world, but we promise: a Fresh Start is waiting for us all on the other side. At 911 Restoration, we’ll do whatever we can to keep you, your family, and your customers safe until then.