If someone in the apartment or building you are living in has tested positive for coronavirus, it is important to take precautions. You need to avoid lobbies, elevators, and hallways, and act more cautiously to safeguard your loved ones and your health. You need to take extra preventive measures if you are living in a condo complex or an apartment building. Moreover, it will be wise to keep distance from others and cover your face with a mask in common areas to restrict the spread of COVID-19.
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Encourage the staff and residents behaviors and practices that help reduce the spread of Coronavirus. In this case an individualized approach might be needed for people with physical or emotional disabilities.
Some people would require close contact with direct service providers (therapists, home care nurses, social workers, etc.), have trouble understanding information. During this time you might face difficulties with changing routine but this is to ensure your safety.
To reduce the risk, experts say, it falls on both the building management, residents of the building, and the infected person or people to strictly follow the Center for Disease Control's guidelines.
If it’s difficult to wear a mask, some alternatives and adaptations can be considered to increase the viability of wearing a mask to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Practice healthy hygiene behaviors by providing daily needs, including soaps, hand sanitizers, tissues, masks, disinfectant wipes, masks, and do not touch any common touch points.
COVID pandemic imposes a challenging time for all of us. But what’s necessary at this time is to take precautions and following the social distancing guidelines. And if someone in your building contracts the disease then you can follow the guideline given above.
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