Staying Safe During Covid-19
How do Termite Controllers Work During Covid-19?
Good personal hygiene is important for slowing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). All people should be taking the following personal hygiene actions :
- Wash your hands all the time
- Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, using soap and water or use a hand sanitiser that contains at least 70 percent alcohol.
- Wash your hands when you get home, arrive at other peoples homes, at venues and at work.
- Wash your hands after touching or blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing, or using any toilet.
Do not cough or sneeze into your hands
- Cover your nose or mouth with a tissue, then throw it away and wash your hands well.
- If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your elbow or upper sleeve.
- Avoid hand touching of your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed or sanitised hands.
- Best not share drink bottles, glasses, plates, bowls or cutlery other than with people you share o home with.
Seek more information –
- For more information on staying safe while caring for an unwell family member or loved one.
- For more information for people who are elderly, have a chronic illness, who are health compromised.
- See your doctor or GP for more advice.
Keep your distance – stay 1.5 to 2 meters away from people you don’t share a home with
- Meet people with a smile or wave – don’t shake hands, hug or kiss when saying hello.
- Stay 1.5 to 2 meters away from people you don’t live with.
- Avoid large crowds, especially indoor environments.
- Waiting in line or walking through busy areas give plenty of space.
Stay healthy at all times –
- Keep eating a well-balanced diet with vitamins and minerals.
- always get regular exercise and sleep.
- Reduce your alcohol intake to zero.
- If you’re a cigarette smoker, quit for your health and family.
- Get a vaccination for the flu (influenza). This can help reduce the workload on the hospital systems, as it deals with ‘cyrus the virus’ (COVID-19).
Stay connected with the news and help to support your elderly
It is very important to keep connected with the latest news as a community, always while physically distancing.
- If you or a loved one is feeling unwell or nervous at this time, help and support is available.
- Where possible, keep connected to your family, friends and work mates through hand written letters, phone, email.