Face barriers reduce risk!
Riding in cars or subways
Walking through stores
Standing in line
Being with others
Moving through crowds
Sitting indoors in public
Use in public spaces or small social gatherings
Use when downwind or entering stagnant air
Slide mask up in risk areas
Tips to know:
Improper fit can belabor breathing and fog eyewear.
When touching your face, sliding your mask, or removing your mask, grab from the outside or along the elastic.
Safe Scrubbing Saves Lives and Money!
Hands & Surfaces:
Soap & water are all you need.
Fragrance-free soap is safe, effective and cheap.
No soap or water? Fragrance-free alcohol-based sanitizer Wins the Day!
Hydrogen Peroxide kills viruses in minutes at store-bought concentration.
No need to be alarmed. No need to bleach!
Your groceries are fine, so go ahead and reach.
Clean dishes, laundry and masks after each use.
Vacuum often to cut down the dust.
Keep air moving:
Direct air up and away from others
Use personal fans to pull air out of a room
Run ventilation even when not heating or cooling
Use MERV 13 grade filters
Exchange indoor and outdoor air often
Pause in the sun before and after being indoors
Open blinds so sunlight penetrates the room
Hold events outdoor for sunlight exposure and better ventilation
Hot zones are areas that may have a higher viral load if an infected person has passed through. When you know where to look, then it is easy to clean it or avoid it!
In public and need to open a door? Make it a practice to use only the last few fingers of your hand. Need to scratch your eye? Make it a practice to use your thumb and first finger. Then if you are distracted, you don't use your door handle finger to touch your face.
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Use face masks in common spaces!
Reduce social proximity in public spaces!
What to Watch For:
Confined spaces are high risk. Cars, elevators, bathrooms & bars require gear and training.
Disposable products create a waste footprint with enormous consequences for our health and earth.
Reusable gear drastically reduces our use of freshwater, carbon production and chemical footprint.
Reusable masks and refilling sanitizing bottles are a start.
Reuse, Recycle and
Leave No Trace!