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    Businesses & Individuals are searching for these COVID-19 Safety Items...

    ...We have them in stock, and for LE$$!

    What You Need and Why:

    • Facial Covering: Not only do facial coverings remind us not to touch our faces, but they also prevent an unsuspecting COVID host from touching their face or coughing & sneezing onto objects which others will touch.
    • Gloves: Gloves remind you to avoid touching your face. Wearing disposable gloves while entering common areas, such as conference rooms or warehouses, will help you keep hygiene in mind.
    • Disinfectants: Disinfect surfaces & make them safe. Do you have an EPA registered surface disinfectant that kills human Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
    • Isopropyl Alcohol: 70% or higher alcohol has been proven to kill COVID-19. Clean surfaces, light switches, doorknobs, break areas, etc.
    • Hand Sanitizer: Nothing beats washing your hands with warm water & soap, but the CDC recommends that we use an alcohol based hand sanitizer which contains 60%+ alcohol when unable to wash. Keep a refillable bottle in your pocket and keep a large bottle at home or at work for refilling.

    Make Safety a Habit:

    Wash your hands frequently. Do not touch your eyes, nose, and mouth. Observe social distancing practices.

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  • Learn How to Wear Face Coverings Correctly

    People wearing face coverings correctly

    Why Use Face Coverings

    When worn properly, face coverings like our 3-ply Face Masks can help slow the spread of disease. With the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic still a part of our daily lives. They work as reminder to ourselves not to touch our face; preventing us from spreading bacteria and viruses from our hands into our bodies. Wearing one when it is necessary to go in public places also protects others in case we are infected.

    To ensure proper use follow these steps when putting on or removing a face covering. Wearing a face covering (along with proper Hand Washing and Sanitizing habits, Social Distancing, and good Hygiene) is an integral part of keeping yourself and others protected from disease.

    How to Wear a Face Covering

    Face coverings should fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face, be secured with ties or ear loops, and allow for breathing without restriction. Replace disposable masks after about 4 hours, or when moist. Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth whenever putting on or removing any face covering.

    To Safely Put on a Face Covering

    • Clean hands – Wash with soap and water or use sanitizer.
    • Find the top of the face covering (There should be a small wire in sewn into the seam).
    • Hold face covering by ear loops or ties.
    • Place face covering over face and pull each loop back around the ears (for a one with ties, hold by the ties and secure the top ties behind the head just above your ears with a bow).
    • Pull the top of the face covering up over your nose.
    • For a face covering with ties, take the bottom ties and secure behind the neck with a bow.
    • Pinch wire around the bridge of your nose to fit comfortably.
    • Pull bottom of the face covering down around chin.

    To Safely Remove a Used Face Covering

    • Clean hands – Wash with soap and water or use sanitizer.
    • Avoid touching the front of the face covering,
      which is contaminated.
    • Grab each ear loop or tie behind head.
    • Remove the loops from behind your ears (For a one with ties, untie the bottom first, then the top ties).
    • Gently pull the face covering away from your face.
    • Throw face covering in trash.
    • Wash hands with soap and water or use sanitizer immediately after removal.

    Do not place face coverings on small children or anyone who cannot remove them unassisted.
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