What to know before going out
- The more closely you interact with others and the longer that interaction, the higher risk of COVID-19 spread.
these items with you when venturing out;
- Cloth face covering
- Hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
- Some people have the virus and don’t have any symptoms
Things to think about before going out
many people will you interact with?
- Interacting with more people raises your risk
- Being in a group with people who aren’t social distancing or wearing cloth face coverings increase your risk.
you keep 6 feet of space between you and others?
- The closer you are to other people who may be infected, the greater our risk of getting sick.
you be indoors or outdoors?
- Indoor spaces have less ventilation and might be harder to keep people apart.
the length of time that you will be interacting with people?
- Spending more time with people who may be infected increases your risk of becoming infected.
- Spending more time with people increases their risk of becoming infected if there is any chance that you may already be infect.
Consider before you go
- Is COVID-19 spreading in my community?
- What are the local orders in my community?
- Will my activity put me in close contact with others?
- Am I at risk for severe illness?
- Do I live with someone who is at risk for severe illness?
- Do I practice every day preventative actions?
- Will I share any items, equipment or tools with other people?
- Will I need to take public transportation to get to the activity?
- Does my activity require travel to another community?
- If I get sick with COVID-19, will I have to miss work?
- Do I know what to do if I get sick?