- People are now preparing to return to work after the Thanksgiving holiday
- The CDC highly recommends staying home when one can
- The CDC encourages avoiding sharing items with others and washing hands often at the workplace
Returning to work after the Thanksgiving holiday could come with health risks if there are co-workers who spent the day with people from different households and may not have used pandemic protective measures. Still, there are ways to minimize one’s risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Although it is generally safer and better to stay at home when one can, here are a few tips to consider when preparing to report back to work in the next few days.
1. Stay home when needed
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that people who are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 should stay home. Those living with people displaying symptoms of the illness