Stop the Spread of Covid-19
Stopping the spread of COVID-19
We all need to do our part to help stop the spread of Covid-19. Scientists are predicting a second wave later this year, which will result in more deaths and pressures on healthcare systems. To help you discover how to stop the spread of the Coronavirus and find the resources to help you and your family, we've compiled this list of websites.
Stay healthy by staying home, keeping 2 meters away from others, wearing a mask in public, washing your hands, using hand sanitizer, and disinfecting hard surfaces you come into contact with.
Links to Government Resources:
Here you will find the latest data on COVID-19 cases in British Columbia.
BC's Restart Plan takes a phased approach to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19
Learn about the temporary measures the Ontario Government is taking to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ontario and find a list of the essential businesses. Click here to discover how to stop the spread.
Discover what the Albertan Government is doing to help stop the spread of Covid-19
Public Health experts are quite confident that Coronavirus Disease is spread through droplet transmission, which is consistent with all other coronaviruses. This type of transmission from person to person occurs when infected people cough or sneeze and produce droplets. There is no reported evidence of airborne transmission.
Links to Health Association Resources:
The CDC's Infographic to illustrate how to stop the spread of Covid-19.
The Canadian Health Association's infographic to illustrate how to stop the spread of Covid-19
World Health Organization's video to help other's stop the spread of Covid-19
Across VCH, our infection prevention and control standards are in place to protect our patients, clients, staff and physicians from Covid-19.
Links to Education and Scientific Resources
Harvard's Health Publishing article on how the Coronavirus spreads and how to stop the spread of Covid-19. Discover the data behind the steps.
This Government of Canada document provides guidance on cleaning and disinfecting of public settings, including schools, universities, public libraries, museums, public transit, communal residences and workplaces.
As we rediscover and reconnect with all corners of our vast province, we must keep in mind that summer vacations and travel will be different this year.
The virus that causes COVID-19 is in a family of viruses called Coronaviridae. Antibiotics do not work against viruses.
Most people who get COVID-19 have mild or moderate symptoms and can recover
Bleach and disinfectant should be used carefully to disinfect surfaces only.
To protect yourself against COVID-19, disinfect objects and surfaces, especially the ones you touch regularly.
Meadow Hygiene manufactures sanitizer and disinfectant at:
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