Safety at Home During Covid-19

Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 is an illness developed by infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It spreads between people within close contact (about 6 feet or 1.8 meters). When anybody with the illness coughs, sneezes, sings, talks, or breaths, droplets carrying the virus spread into the air. You can become infected if you breathe in…

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Importance of Social Distancing

Many people are slowly going back to several of the works that stopped when the COVID-19 pandemic started in March of 2020. With the infection still spreading vastly, it is still very important for every person to proceed with social distancing together with other safety actions. As cases of coronavirus illness, (COVID-19) continues to spread…

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Protect hands while sanitizing and disinfecting

It’s not enough that your home looks and smells clean. To ensure that you and your loved ones can live where everyone can remain happy and healthy, it’s also important sanitize your home on a microscopic level. There is no way to make your home absolutely free from disease-causing microbes at any given time. However, it…

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Family Gathering with PPE to Prevent Covid-19 In Home Care Agency

This time of the year many families have began to make holiday travel plans, but coronavirus (COVID-19) is raising questions about the risk that poses for their elderly loved ones. Now is the time to gather information about travel and begin conversations with older family members about what to expect this season. COVID-19 might restrict…

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Covid-19 Cases in South Carolina

New statistics on COVID-19 have many wondering if South Carolina decided to reopen too soon. Right now, South Carolina is third in the world for worst coronavirus outbreaks. According to a chart by the New York Times showing the newest cases per million. The Palmetto state comes in right above Bahrain. “Now knowing that it’s affecting my…

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vaccine

The World Health Organization, also known as ‘WHO’ said Friday that a vaccine will be a “vital tool” in the global fight against the coronavirus. But it won’t end the Covid-19 pandemic on its own and there are no guarantee scientists will find one.  World leaders and the public must learn to manage the virus and…

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Protect hands while sanitizing and disinfecting

It’s not enough that your home looks and smells clean. To ensure that you and your loved ones can live where everyone can remain happy and healthy, it’s also important to sanitizing your home on a microscopic level. There is no way to make your home absolutely free from disease-causing microbes at any given time. However,…

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Study Proves Home health Care Saves Lives and Money

Patients who receive home health care after a hospital discharge save the system about $6500 over the course of a year and home care. “Independently decreased the hazard of follow-up readmission and death,” according to a new study published in the American Journal of Medicine. The study looked at 64,541 patients, with 11,266 control patients…

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Caregiver with elderly ill woman wearing mask In-Home Caregivers

Every day, thousands of older adults across the nation depend on in-home caregivers to help them manage everyday tasks, such as bathing, dressing, grocery shopping, medication reminders and preparing meals – especially during an unprecedented crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic. As COVID-19 affects more and more individuals and communities across the U.S., elderly in-home…

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