Avoiding Covid

Covid may continue for years and flare up at different times and places. Proactive employers are slowing down re-openings, making masking mandatory, and requiring immunizations. Individuals can be proactive by getting a booster, resuming masking, and following the additional tips listed below. Monitor the Coronavirus situation and adjust practices for new developments. For more tips, read the CDC's Recommendations for Individuals and HBR's Guide for Employers. See articles about Breakthrough CovidCovid Proofing OfficesDelayed ReopeningsDelta FAQ's, Expert Advice, Staying Safe, and When Covid Will Peak. Also see AARP’s state-by-state Summary of Covid Restrictions.

TIPS FOR INDIVIDUALS

Activity - avoid public places and resume curbside pickups from groceries and restaurants
Dining - limit patronage to restaurants with outdoor dining and wear a mask when not eating
Distancing - stay 6 feet away from others who don't live in your household
Masking - resume mask wearing when indoors or near others who don't live in your household
Meetings - meet others in small groups; use conference calls for large groups
Safety - continue using sanitizer, hand washing, and practicing social distancing
Travel - avoid non-essential travel and check the CDC website for Coronavirus hotspots
Vaccination - get vaccinations and boosters (and encourage others to do so). 
Well-Being  - get adequate sleep, eat balanced meals, exercise and meditate daily
Working - delay your return to the office and continue working remotely

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