If you believe you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, you should isolate until a test can be conducted to confirm.
Wear a mask
The CDC currently recommends that all non-vaccinated persons should wear a mask in indoor public spaces. The CDC also recommends that all persons should wear a mask in order to maximize protection from the delta variant and others. At this time, masks are federally required to be worn over both the nose and mouth on planes, trains, buses, and other forms of public transportation.
Clean and disinfect surfaces
The CDC recommends that you clean and disinfect high contact surfaces daily. This may include tables, door handles, keyboards, phones, faucets, toilets, etc.
Wash your hands often
The CDC recommends that you wash your hands often, especially after being in a public space, blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. It is recommended that you wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds with hot, soapy water. If soap and hot water are not readily available, you may use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
Cover your coughs and/or sneezes
If you are not wearing a mask, make sure you cover your cough and/or sneeze using the inside of your elbow or a tissue. Throw away the used tissue and immediately wash your hands.
Stay 6 feet away from others, and avoid crowds or poorly ventilated areas
If possible, the CDC recommends social distancing at least six feet apart. You should avoid being in highly crowded areas as this may put you at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19. You should also avoid poorly ventilated areas by opening windows and doors as much as possible.