Health and you( scary time, Mars 2020).
Updated: Dec 11, 2022
The extent of the global impact of COVID-19 is still unknown, so it's a good thing to take precautionary measures to protect you, your family, your friends and your home. In light of this pandemic, it is important to stay up-to-date on the health guidelines of trusted organizations such as: the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Public Health Agency Canada. Be sure to get information from reliable sources to avoid spreading misinformation.
While hospitals and governments strive to keep people healthy and safe, many companies like ours continue to provide customers with what they need during this period, ordering online from a website is a very very very low risk.
Here's what little precaution you can take:
1.- Use natural soap to disinfect hands (as often as necessary), and (1 times a day minimum), use the full body wipes only once (wash after each use). 2.- Remind the visitor and the person in the house to use soap regularly. 3.- Make sure everyone washes their hands (for at least 20 seconds). 5.- Post reminders to avoid shaking hands, giving kisses, or touch your face (wear masks and give them to your visitors if necessary). 6.-Add a station to clean and disinfect at the front of the house.
7.-Clean and disinfect the surfaces of the house with a home cleaner (like this one), or a solution made of 95% water and 5% bleach (use gloves) 8.-If this is relevant, wear protective clothing and change it between each visit.