The best way to prevent the spread of the coronavirus is to stay at home. Self-isolation protects us and others from the virus. However, we still have to go outside to shop for groceries, medicine or the necessary products. We should follow some simple rules to reduce the chances of getting infected during shopping.
Every time you press the elevator button or open the door, use something to perform them without using your fingers. Try to use your elbow to open the door and press the elevator button with a pen or a lighter.
Take a private shopping bag with you to make sure no one has touched it before. Do not touch anything with bare fingers, use disposable gloves. Use disinfectant wipes for cleaning the shopping baskets or bags. Do not forget to wash your hands as soon as you get home.
The most effective way to fight against the virus is to wash hands. When you enter the house, wash your hands immediately. If you wash your hand properly, it should take about 20 seconds. Make sure you wash the surfaces between your fingers and under fingernails to kill all the microbes. Avoid touching nose, eyes or mouth with unwashed hands.
Did you know that your phone screen is a breeding ground for bacteria? You need to clean it with disinfectant wipes all the time. Besides, do not put your cell phone on the surface touched by other family members. For example, if you take it to the bathroom, put the phone on a clean tissue.
Try to exercise social distancing every time you go shopping, walk in the street or wait in a queue. Social distancing means staying at least 1 meter from other people. Avoid shaking hands, kissing or hugging. You should remember that social distancing is necessary for everyone to stay healthy and prevent the spread of the virus.
Archi follows all the necessary recommendations. The company cleans and disinfects the entrances and elevators of Archi residential buildings. It has put up a security notice about the virus to the entrances to the residents informed. Similar activities will prevent the spread of the virus and make the Archi family members feel safe inside and outside their houses.