How to Protect Yourself From the Coronavirus at Home

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3. Delegate one member of the family as a caregiver

When someone sleeps, eats or simply gets bored the isolation room—whether they’ve tested positive for coronavirus or think they might have it—only one member in the house should be allowed to care for the sick family member, Crawley explains.

As you already know, this helps lessen the sources the virus can overtake. Wearing gloves and face masks if possible, the designated caregiver should “maintain good hand hygiene and sanitize surfaces frequently,” as well as “monitor themselves and other family members for further signs and symptoms of sickness.”

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