How To Flatten The Curve - Coronavirus

Last Update: April 01, 2020

Flatten The Curve and what you can do to help

Here is how to flatten the curve do your part, slow down the spread of Covid-19 virus as much as possible.

  1. Adhere to the lockdown protocols
  2. Stay at home, that means no visitors or visiting, play dates for children, coffee with friends or even religious services and gathering.
  3. Pray at home and only go out when necessary, to the supermarket, pharmacy or to get medical assistance.
  4. Take all precautions while at home. Do not share personal items, clean high contact and transit areas regularly.
  5. Be informed about covid-19 via information from credible health organizations, medical experts and media outlets.
  6. Educate others about measures in place to contain the spread of the virus, We need to spread facts not fear.

Remember

  • Adhere to strictly hygiene practices, including washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water for 20 seconds.
  • Cover your mouth with a tissue when you sneeze or cough.
  • Call your doctor or the Covid-19 hot line if you are in South Africa the number is 0800 029 999, if you have any of the symptoms of the virus:
  1. A cough
  2. Runny nose
  3. Shortness of breath.

If we work together we can flatten the curve and help save lives.

Happy Wednesday my WA Family!!!

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Ruzzty Premium
No More COVID 19
I just spoke to a friend of mine near Wuhan, China.
The protocol they established was for everyone to wear masks - Period !! Heavy fines were handed out to those who did not wear a mask..They learned from the SARS and Infuenza outbreaks.
Today all the citizens of Wuhan are out and about, restaurants and stores open. There have been no more outbreaks or COVID 19.
Now all we need to do is find and buy ( This a Problem) and wear masks. Now littering is a big problem, same fines should be handed out. Just my opinion ! Stay Safe Russ
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RolandK Premium
Hi Fiona,
I also recommend wiping down the shopping cart completely with disinfecting wipe provided by Supermarket. I also wipe down all the grocery package before I put them in my car carton box since the virus can live on smooth surface for a day. I have seen the supermarket customers wear gloves and face masks when they do shopping. I will also disinfect my clothes with 70% Alcohol spray down to prevent any possible virus stick to my clothes as part of the preventive measure. Hope this will be helpful to you and your family.

Stay safe.

Roland
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Mick18 Premium
Thanks for sharing, Fiona.
Please take care and stay safe,
Mickey
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Fiona13 Premium
You are welcome Mickey stay safe too:)
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BSandlin1 Premium
Thanks for sharing this information and anyone that can needs to stay home.

Since I am lucky enough to do my work on line I do so from home. I just wish I could get this access to my children who do not have to be out.
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Fiona13 Premium
You are welcome Bobby :))
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V40 Premium
Thanks, Fiona!
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Fiona13 Premium
You are welcome:)
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