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People across the nation are slowly returning to their offices, but with a caveat– there are new steps we must take to keep safe during a global pandemic. Whether your firm is back in the office or is thinking about coming back soon, keep these tips in mind to keep yourself, your co-workers, and your family safe.
- Stay socially distant. Medical professionals recommend keeping six feet between yourself and others whenever possible. This distance should be far enough that you should not be affected by projectiles that spray from speaking, coughing, or sneezing.
- Wear a mask. When the time comes that you can’t keep six feet between yourself and others, wearing a mask over your mouth and nose is a great barrier. Wear a mask and stay socially distant to be as safe as possible.
- Wash your hands. Wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds to remove any germs. If, for whatever reason, you can’t wash your hands, keep hand-sanitizer ready to use instead.
- Be smart. If going somewhere or doing something doesn’t seem safe, consider listening to your gut and doing what is best for you.
At Cady Reporting, we even offer socially distant in-person conference spaces so that you can continue with your work while remaining safe. Learn more about what we do to keep safe by contacting us today.
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