COVID-19 Resources
CDC Resources: Education, Prevention, and Symptoms

CDC Resources

Education, Prevention, and Symptoms

Social distancing, also called “physical distancing,” means keeping space between yourself and other people outside of your home. To practice social or physical distancing:

  • Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people
  • Do not gather in groups
  • Stay out of crowded places and avoid mass gatherings

Tips for social distancing

  • Follow guidance from authorities where you live.
  • If you need to shop for food or medicine at the grocery store or pharmacy, stay at least 6 feet away from others.
    • Use mail-order for medications, if possible.
    • Consider a grocery delivery service.
    • Cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when around others, including when you have to go out in public, for example to the grocery store.
      • Stay at least 6 feet between yourself and others, even when you wear a face covering.
  • Avoid large and small gatherings in private places and public spaces, such a friend’s house, parks, restaurants, shops, or any other place. This advice applies to people of any age, including teens and younger adults. Children should not have in-person playdates while school is out. To help maintain social connections while social distancing, learn tips to keep children healthy while school’s out.
  • Work from home when possible.
  • If possible, avoid using any kind of public transportation, ridesharing, or taxis.
  • If you are a student or parent, talk to your school about options for digital/distance learning.
Tips & Resources: Do Your Part-When Not At Work, Stay At Home and Stay Safe.

Tips & Resources

Do Your Part-When Not At Work, Stay At Home and Stay Safe.
    Choose contactless pick up or delivery services for your medications, groceries and even restaurant curbside pick up. Take advantage of these services!
    Be aware of surfaces that you are in contact with. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily at home and in public: door handles, light switches, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, sinks, steering wheels,gas pumps, money, and credit cards. Keep sanitizer with you.
    Discourage social gatherings, outings and public places. You can still transmit and bring home the virus on clothing and shoes. Utilize virtual options such as Facetime to visits with others. Social distancing will keep everyone safe!
    Gyms are closed! Keep active to help decrease stress. Several companies are offering at home exercise options.
    Churches and food pantries are offering free groceries and public assistance. Many church services are being offered virtually online.
    If you must visit a public place such as a bank, go alone. Wear a mask or bandana, keep a distance of 10 feet from others. Wash your hands or sanitize after each location. Avoid touching your face until you’ve washed your hands or sanitized them.
    Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, sinks, car door handles, and steering wheels.
    Use virtual doctor visit options when in need of physician advice and care. Stay home when sick!

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ChiptoleFree DeliveryPublic
Circle KFree Coffee or Polar PopHealthcare workers
Genghis Grill20% off orderHealthcare workers
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Krispy KremeFree dozen original glaze on Mondays through May 11Healthcare workers
Little CaesarsFree DeliveryPublic
StarbucksFree tall brewed coffee through May 3Healthcare workers
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Restaurant Delivery Services

DoorDashFree 1 month free deliveryPublic
Uber EatsMost $0 delivery fee with minimum orderPublic
GrubHubDelivery cost varyPublic
PostMatesDelivery cost varyPublic

Grocery Delivery Services

Shipt$14/Month MembershipPublic
Instacart$3.99 Delivery FeePublic
Walmart$12.95/Month MembershipPublic
Various local restaurantsContact for delivery or pick upPublic

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