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Covid-19 Coronavirus links for:

Map projections for your state
Map to see state by state cases
What are the symptoms?
Who is at highest risk?
What is social distancing?
Answers to: Frequently asked questions

And Much, Much, more

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THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS

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Awareness

The Guardian
Confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the US
Coronavirus map of the US: Latest cases state by state

MAP to see state by state cases

Assistance

Awaiting article submissions. 

Education

FEDERAL: https://www.coronavirus.gov/

 

World Health Organization:

Health Workers Rights, Safety and Health

World Health Organization:
Advice for the public

CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES FOR AMERICA

Slowing the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Centers for Decease Control and Prevention

Facility

Awaiting article submissions. 

Health

United States Department of Labor
Safety and health information for workers and employers

OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970

Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 - OSH

Help

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Prevention

COVID ACT NOW
Why you must act now
Map model predicts the last day each state can act before the point of no return
MAP to see projections for your state

  • Limited Action

  • Social Distancing

  • Shelter in Place

OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970

Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 - OSH

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
How to Protect Yourself

Prevention of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) | CDC

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Settings

Hand Hygiene in Healthcare

AMERICAN RED CROSS:

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Prevention & Safety Information for Students

CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES FOR AMERICA

Slowing the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Centers for Decease Control and Prevention

Resources

Awaiting article submissions. 

Safety

United States Department of Labor
Safety and health information for workers and employers

 

Safety and Health Topics | COVID-19 | Occupational Safety & Health Administration

OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970

Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 - OSH

U.S. FOOD & DRUG Administration
Commissioner of Food and Drugs - Food and Drug Administration (Stephen M. Hahn M.D.) 

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Focuses on Safety of ...

 

AMERICAN RED CROSS:

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Prevention & Safety Information for Students

CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES FOR AMERICA

Slowing the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Centers for Decease Control and Prevention

Services

Awaiting article submissions. 

Updates

LOCAL: Dallas/Fort Worth Updates

U.S. FOOD & DRUG Administration 

Commissioner of Food and Drugs - Food and Drug Administration (Stephen M. Hahn M.D.) 

Wellness

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How do IWhat if I'm the caregiver of someone who is self-isolating, or if a household member is self-isolating? add a new question?


The CDC has provided recommendations in this case that can help to minimize the risk of spreading the virus:

  • Make sure you understand and can help the person with the directions of the health care provider related to medication and care.
  • Limit visitors.
  • Make sure you have good air flow in shared paces of the home. This includes an open window or other similar options.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and hot water or sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Wash laundry very well and wash anything with blood, body fluids, and or other secretions right away.
  • Monitor the individual’s symptoms. Be prepared to contact their health care provider if their symptoms worsen.




Should I visit my vulnerable (elderly, high-risk) relatives?


If relative is located in a nursing home, retirement home, or long-term care facility, please stay away.
If relative lives at home, visitors should still be limited unless absolutely necessary, and good housekeeping practices and social distancing should be followed.
Remember, just because you feel fine, you could still be carrying the virus and exposing it to others.




What if I'm a caregiver for someone who is sick?


  • Stay in another room and use a separate bathroom, if possible.
  • If facemasks are available, have them wear a facemask when you are around them.
  • Avoid sharing household items (dishes, glasses towels, bedding, etc).
  • Wash your hands after interacting with them.
  • Clean all high-touch surfaces every day, including counter tops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones and other things.
  • Monitor their symptoms, and monitor your symptoms as well




What are the best ways to clean?


  • Wear disposable gloves to clean and disinfect
  • Clean all “high-touch” areas, such as counter tops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones and other things.
  • Consider cleaning soft surfaces, including carpets and rugs
  • Wash laundry very well- wash anything with blood or body fluids right away.
  • Read the labels of all cleaning products and use them as the product recommends




Food safety:


If you stocked up on food supplies in the last week, officials with the coalition are reminding residents of food safety safety guidelines:

  • “Best if Use-By” and other date labels are often confusing.
  • Baby formula is the only product that is required to follow product dating.
  • All other date labeling is established by the food manufacture as a recommendation for the highest quality.
  • Shelf-stable food that does not require refrigeration or to be frozen is generally safe to eat after the recommended date
  • Even after opening, most milk and dairy products are good several days after the
  • recommended date
  • Most meat, such as chicken, beef, pork, etc. should be frozen and follow thawing guidelines
  • If you planned ahead and froze food that was purchased, remember to thaw it safely before use. Thaw foods in the refrigerator, microwave, under running water, or other options. Just remember to not let the internal temperature go above 41 degrees for longer than 4 hours.
  • For foods that you may not have frozen, look for signs of food spoilage. These include texture change, sour smell, and discoloration
  • As always, remember to cook foods thoroughly.




If you're continuing to eat out:


As residents continue to support local restaurants, officials are providing the following reminders:

  • Food and beverages may be sold, as long as they are taken from the premises right away

  • Call or use an app to place your order ahead of time

  • Pick your prepared food up when it’s ready. This keeps you from needing to linger in the establishment while your food is being

  • prepared




Fraud warning:


Officials say they have also been made aware of some related to COVID-19. They say in the interest of social distancing, public health officials and those who work in healthcare will not be going door-to-door to share information or request information at this time. If you receive such a visit, call police. Officials say the CDC or public health agencies also will not be calling you to reserve vaccines or other COVID-19 related items, so call police if you receive such a call.




Why social distancing works:


  • If you stay more than 6 feet away from other individuals, they cannot cough in your face and transmit the virus. That is basic droplet transmission.
  • If you stay home, or limit excursions outside the home, you have less opportunity for someone to cough in your face and less opportunity to pick up the virus on your hands from someone who coughed without good etiquette.
  • If you stay home when you have a cough, you will then not be the individual who soils the elevator button or coughed near an older member of the community or someone with an underlying health condition.
  • Larger gatherings give more opportunities to make a mistake and transmit than small gatherings. However, small gatherings still give more opportunities than no gatherings





Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19

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The COVID-19 Coronavirus is a threat to everyone's life longevity. 
It has stopped us from sharing hugs, close conversations, and congregations, but it can’t stop us from SHARING helpful INFORMATION to each other to defeat the spread of this deadly virus
that has changed the way we live life.

 

Our thoughts and prayers are for your safety and longevity for you, your loved ones and the world as a whole.  Together we will navigate through these unprecedented times.   

 

We are doing what we can to be a place to come to, to find organized links to quickly get to Information and Education on Awareness, Safety, Wellness & Help.  

 

WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, AND TOGETHER WE CAN GET THROUGH THIS.

 

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