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First published: March 23, 2020 | Last updated: July 14, 2020
This guide is also available in Spanish

This guide, developed by physician experts in Medicine and Infectious Diseases, offers step-by-step instructions for some of the most common situations you might encounter, focusing on how you can protect yourself and your community:

  1. In Public Places (including where you work)
    What to avoid
    Keeping your hands clean
    Other advice for preventing the spread of coronavirus
    When to wear a mask or cloth face cover
  2. At Home
    a) Instructions for initial cleaning
    Instructions for what to do…

Publicado originalmente en inglés el 23 de marzo del 2020

Esta guía fue desarrollada por expertos en medicina interna y enfermedades infecciosas. Provee instrucciones delineadas paso por paso para ayudar a protegerte a ti y a tu comunidad en situaciones comunes incluyendo:

  1. En áreas públicas (incluyendo tu lugar de trabajo)
    Que evitar
    Como mantener tus manos limpias
    Otras formas de protegerte estando en áreas públicas
    Cuando usar mascarilla
  2. En casa
    a) Instrucciones para desinfectar por primera vez
    Instrucciones para saber que hacer al regresar de la calle
    Instrucciones para recibir paquetes
  3. Que…

Dear Neighbors, near and far:

The most important biological fact that everyone needs to know related to the coronavirus pandemic is that we are all in this together. It is not a choice. It is a fact of biology. Given what we now know about coronavirus transmission, and the laws of “exponential growth” you may have been reading about, it means that any single additional transmission, anywhere, increases the risk for us all.

But if we all do everything we can to reduce transmission to a minimum, and “flatten the curve”, we will get through this, our health system will…

Andrew Junkin, MD

Physician & Educator

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