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Social Hygiene Guidelines for Delivering Supplies
Social Hygiene Guidelines for SDCOE Staff Delivering Supplies
Most Importantly, Prevention:
Please stay home if you are at higher risk for severe symptoms of COVID-19: over age 65 OR have an underlying health condition.
Please stay home if you are ill (fever, cough, sneezing, sore throat, new rash).
At Home as You Prepare to Work:
Collect your ID badge and prepare to wear it
Bring a face covering. A cloth “face covering” should cover the nose and mouth and be secured to the head. Make a “do it yourself” (DIY) version from: T-shirts, bathing suits, towels, bandana, and pillowcases. DIY face coverings made from clothing can be more easily cleaned, compared to surgical masks. DIY helps reserve surgical masks for health care providers!
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has instructions and tips on “sew and no-sew” face coverings.
If you don’t have or can’t provide one: SDCOE has ordered a supply and will provide one for you once they arrive.
At Student’s Home Site:
Call ahead to arrange delivery of supplies (When will they be home? Who will receive the materials?)
Wear your school badge.
Wear your face covering.
Cover your hand before you knock on the door (if you don’t have gloves, your sleeve will work) or use elbow to ring the doorbell.
Place materials at door.
Back away from door at least 6 feet.
Ensure materials are received.
Tips for Wearing, Removing, and Caring for Face Covering:
Avoid touching your mask. Avoid readjusting.
If you touch or readjust, wash your hands/change your gloves.
If you don’t plan on wearing your mask on the way home, bring along a paper bag with your name on it. Paper bags are best because they allow your mask to dry out (plastic bags do not).
Don’t share a mask with someone else.
Launder and dry your DIY cloth mask after one day of use before using again.
Arriving Back Home:
Keep your mask on until you get home.
Once home and you remove your mask, store or wash as described above and wash your hands.
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