The Do's and Don'ts of Social Distancing
This is the easiest and most effective step you can take to practice social distancing. Ideally, you should only go out for necessities such as groceries, medications, doctor’s appointments, or to exercise outdoors.
2)Go to Grocery Stores and Pharmacies at Non-Peak Times.
Whenever possible, adhere to the 6-foot guideline at all times while you're shopping for essentials, especially when standing in the checkout line.
Consider online ordering and choosing at-home delivery for both groceries and prescriptions. Telecommute from home, take college classes online, and conduct.
4)Be Smart With Take-out
When going for take-out, send one member of the family, especially if you have to go into a restaurant to pay and pick up the food.
The Don’ts of Social Distancing
1)Don't Schedule Appointments That Are Not Medically Necessary
Avoid non-essential appointments that put you in close contact with another person such as hair appointments, massage, manicures, physical therapy, and any other non-essential doctor’s appointment that you can delay.
2)Don't Exercise Elbow-to-Elbow
Avoid tight or crowded running or walking trails, sidewalks, or tracks that prevent you from practicing social distance. It’s okay to exercise with other people, as long as you can maintain the appropriate distance.
3)Don't Have Physical Contact With Non-Family Members
Avoid shaking hands, giving hugs, high-fives, pats on the back, or any other physical contact with anyone but your immediate family (those living in your home). 4)Don't Go to Crowded Establishments
Avoid restaurants, the gym, public basketball courts, dance halls, trampoline parks, and any other spaces where people are in close contact with each other.
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