Taking Precautions Against COVID-19 This Season

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Holidays, birthdays, and other family celebrations will look different this year. The following reminders can save you and your family. Together, we can reduce the risk of COVID-19 this winter.

  • Keep celebrations within the household to minimize risk of exposure to COVID-19. Do not invite others to your home or attend gatherings. Video chat (i.e. Zoom or FaceTime) or phone calls can help families stay connected during this challenging time.
  • Limit close contact with elderly relatives in the home. Wear a mask in common areas and avoid physical contact.
  • The FDA has authorized several COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use. Vaccination is highly recommended and will be provided at no cost. Please speak with your healthcare provider for more information.
  • Always keep a mask in your car, bag, or coat pocket. One less thing to remember on a busy day!
  • Clean household surfaces such as counters, sinks, and doorknobs daily.
  • Try to minimize time in public places. Wear a mask, and thoroughly wash hands immediately when returning home from school, work, or another public place.

For more information visit: rwjbh.org/covid19

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Holidays, birthdays and other family celebrations will be different this year. The following list of reminders can save you and your family. Together, we can reduce the risk of COVID-19 this winter.

  • Keep celebrations indoors to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Do not invite other people to your home or attend meetings. Video chat (i.e. Zoom or FaceTime) or phone calls can help families stay connected during these challenging times.
  • Limit close contact with elderly family members at home. Wear a mask in common areas and avoid physical contact.
  • The FDA has approved several COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use. The vaccine is highly recommended and will be provided at no cost. Talk to your healthcare provider for more information.
  • Always keep a mask in your car pocket, purse, or coat. One less thing to remember on a busy day!
  • Clean household surfaces such as counters, washes, and handlebars daily.
  • Try to minimize time in public places. Wear a mask and wash your hands thoroughly right away when you return home from school, work, or another public place.

For more information on COVID-19, visit rwjbh.org/covid19enespanol

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