Understanding and Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus
When 2020 began, no one would have guessed we’d be fighting off a dangerous virus in Tulsa. But the pandemic is real, and coronavirus is spreading fast throughout our communities. At 911 Restoration, we know Oklahoma is strong. We’ll get through this disaster and move on to a Fresh Start. But first, we have work to do.
If you’re wondering how you can help slow this outbreak, here are some simple coronavirus tips.
First, fact check any questionable information you learn about the virus. There are a lot of coronavirus myths out there. Only trust and share insights that come from reputable sources. The Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization are great establishments to follow at this time.
Recognize the very real threat coronavirus poses to our community. Senior citizens and those with medical conditions are at risk of serious complications or even death due to infection. All social distancing and personal hygiene measures serve to protect not only ourselves, but also our vulnerable friends and neighbors.
Coronavirus is highly contagious and easy to spread. If you are exposed to the virus, you may not show signs of infection for several days or even a couple weeks. However, this does not mean you are not contagious. You can spread coronavirus even when you are not aware of being ill. This is why everyone must take precautions now. Stay home as much as possible. Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly as recommended by the CDC. Wear a cloth face mask if you must leave the house.
For added peace of mind, consider reaching out to 911 Restoration of Tulsa for professional disinfection services. We serve both residential and commercial properties in and around Tulsa. Our sanitization technicians are thorough, communicative, and work to a high standard. They are trained to follow all EPA and CDC protocols. Above all, they appreciate you as a neighbor. Whether you own a business or a home, you are a valued member of our community, and we do all we can to put your mind at ease.
These are difficult times, but Tulsa is tough. We’ll get through this together. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to reach out for sanitization and deep cleaning.