Face Barriers Reduce Risk!
Always Use When:
Riding in cars or subways
Walking through stores
Standing in line
Being around others
Moving through crowds
Sitting indoors in public
Public spaces or small social gatherings
When downwind of others or entering stagnant air
When in transmission risk areas
Tips to Know:
An improper fitting can restrict breathing and fog eyewear.
When shifting or removing your mask, grab it from the outside or along the elastic band.
Do not touch the inside of your mask!
Safe Scrubbing Saves Lives & Money!
Hands & Surfaces:
Soap and 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 concentrations.
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 dust.
Keep Air Moving!
Tips to Know:
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 for outdoor air often.
Pause in the sun before and after going indoors.
Open blinds so that sunlight is let into the room.
When possible, hold events outdoors 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, it is easy to clean it or avoid it!
Tip to Know:
In public and need to open a door? Only use the last few fingers of your hand. Need to scratch your eye? Only use your thumb and first finger.
Practicing this method will make sure that even if you are distracted, you won't use your "door handle" fingers to touch your eye.
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Label drinks to avoid confusion.
Label snacks to reduce sharing.
Pour drinks without touching rims.
Capture your sneezes and coughs.
Use face masks in common spaces!
Keep a social distance in public spaces!
What to Watch Out For:
Confined spaces are high risk.
Cars, elevators, bathrooms, and bars will require gear and training to stay safe.
Reuse, Recycle, and Leave No Trace!
Disposable products create a waste footprint with enormous consequences for our health and earth.
Reusable gear drastically reduces our use of fresh water, carbon production, and chemical footprint.
Reusable masks and refilling sanitizing bottles are a start.