The COVID-19 virus has changed how we live our daily lives. Wearing facemasks when we go outdoors, washing our hands regularly, and keeping away from large gatherings of people are now all the “new norm.”
It’s not unreasonable to think that these sanitation “best practices” will go on long after the country re-opens, and life goes back to semi-normal. As of this blog post, there isn’t a vaccine, and some experts believe that it may become a seasonal virus.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is currently recommending that all Americans wear face masks when venturing out into public. Many cities in America have taken that one step further and are now making it mandatory that people wear some sort of mask when going outside.
For those people who work at jobs that require them to deal with the general public, this presents a challenge. Frequently, they come into contact with people far closer than the current recommended 6-foot distance. Cashiers are the group who are most affected as they usually stand within 3’ of the person paying for their purchases.
The Coronavirus has caused millions of Americans to change the way they live their daily lives. Washing your hands regularly is vital to help to prevent the spread of this deadly virus.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have recommended that people use an alcohol-based hand rub (ABHR) instead of soap and water in most cases (unless your hands are visibly soiled).
This means that if you venture out into public and touch a shopping cart, doorknob, or any other object that comes into contact with other human beings, you should immediately sanitize your hands with an ABHR.
Since February of 2020, the Coronavirus has wreaked havoc on our country and almost brought our economy to a standstill. Millions of people have self-quarantined inside their homes and changed their daily routines dramatically. What they used to take for granted, such as walking into a grocery store, now requires the usage of a face mask—and an overabundance of caution.