Your Health and Safety Is Our Top Priority. Please see the following frequently asked questions to learn how you can stay safe

What is COVID-19 and how does the virus spread?

COVID-19 is a viral respiratory illness. The virus can be easily spread from person-to-person or by touching infected surfaces. Once an individual touches their eyes, nose, or mouth after interacting with an infected person or touching an infected object, they may contract the virus.

How long can COVID-19 last on objects and surfaces?

Current research shows that COVID-19 can last on surfaces for hours to days, depending on the type of material. Regular cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces is recommended to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

How can I keep my house or facility clean and disinfected?

The CDC recommends that surfaces such as doorknobs, faucets, sinks, light switches, handles, tables, and other frequently touched surfaces should be regularly cleaned with EPA-registered disinfectants that are appropriate for the surface. In addition, when you go out in public, the use of face masks is highly recommended to keep you safe and protect others around you.

How can I stay safe while going out in public?

When you go out in public, the use of face masks is highly recommended to keep you safe and protect others around you. In addition, using hand sanitizer frequently after touching surfaces in public will help prevent the spread of germs. Many grocery stores are wiping down the handles of shopping carts and have social distancing measures in place to prevent close contact with others while shopping.

What should I do if I feel sick?

If you are feeling sick, the CDC recommends that you stay home and to call your doctor before going into the doctor's office. This is recommended to reduce your exposure to the virus if other infected individuals are in the doctor's office. Your doctor will advise you on local places where you may receive a COVID-19 test.

What can I use to stay healthy if I do not have hand sanitizer?

If you do not have access to hand sanitizer, the CDC recommends frequently washing your hands for 20 seconds at a time with soap and warm water. Washing your hands, especially after going to a grocery store or being around others, is the best way to reduce the spread of germs.