Staying Safe from COVID-19 While States Reopen

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The steps to avoiding coronavirus remain largely unchanged

As Wisconsin continues to reopen, the fundamentals of slowing COVID-19’s spread remain the same: wear a mask, limit the number of people you see, stay at least 6 feet apart, wash your hands, and don’t touch your face.
 
We now know the virus transmits most effectively in indoor settings. So, if you do venture out, being outdoors is important, as it is much more difficult for the droplets to accumulate in the air someone else inhales.
 
Below is a reminder graphic of the fundamentals for avoiding the disease, based on guidance from the CDC. Click the image to view a larger version.

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