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Face Mask Instructions (PDF)
Stay at Home Tips
Be careful in your own home, you don’t want to go an emergency room now, so avoid knives, ladders, power tools, etc., when working on home projects. Be careful on stairs and in your yard.
When you get sick, keep the windows open, go outside if you can and continue to clean your environment even while quarantining.
Do deep yoga breathing.
Don’t share rooms with others, especially if you are both sick…you will expose yourself to others viral loads.
A pulse oximeter tells you your O2 saturation rate.
UltraViolet C Lights (C waves can be dangerous and alter DNA- must be used with care)