Here are some preventive measures to adopt for COVID-19
Reconsider unnecessary activities and travel;
Limit your outings in public and avoid crowds;
Wash your hands frequently: water and soap remain the best way to kill viruses and bacteria;
Don't forget to clean objects that are handled frequently, such as cell phones, computer keyboards, door handles, remote controls, etc.;
Avoid touching your face;
Cough into your elbow and throw your tissues into the garbage.
Masks are recommended for sick people only to prevent the projection of droplets. A healthy individual wearing a mask ends up touching their face more often, thus increasing their risk of contamination.
Symptoms to watch for
Fever, cough and difficulty breathing. The majority of symptoms are mild to moderate and will not require hospitalization.
If you have any symptoms and have returned from a trip and/or have possibly been in contact with someone who is infected or is returning from a trip: stay at home for 14 days while monitoring the progress of your symptoms, and limit all contact with your loved ones.
If in doubt, call the COVID hotline (1-877-644-4545).