After being isolated at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, you may be wondering when it’s safe to be around others again. But how do you know when it’s okay to be with loved ones or others in your community, without potentially spreading the virus and infecting others? That depends on factors related to your personal experience. The recommendations below based on several scenarios will help you determine when it’s safe to be around others. You can also learn more by visiting the CDC’s website. I think or…Read More
Not everyone who gets COVID-19 will require medical attention. If you believe you have COVID-19, follow these steps to know when medical attention may be necessary. If you have a fever or cough, call your doctor and discuss Your symptoms Whether you have traveled to a high-risk area, as defined by the CDC Whether you have been around someone diagnosed with coronavirus or who is awaiting test results It’s important that you stay at home and isolate yourself from others in your household (except to receive necessary medical care).…Read More
If you have, or think you might have COVID-19, it is important to stay home and away from other people. Staying away from others helps stop the spread of COVID-19. When you can be around others depends on different factors for different situations. If you think or know you had COVID-19, and had symptoms You can be around others after 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and you are free of a fever for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications. Your symptoms must also be improving. …Read More
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Mike & Kristina Marsh
Each week is different as businesses are operating in challenging ways, but our friends, family and clients make us proud. Our staff has worked so hard during these times and our clients have been most supportive.