- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with an alcohol content that is greater than 60 percent, especially after spending time in public areas.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth after grabbing commonly used objects like door handles or pumps at the gas station. Keep a bottle of sanitizer available at home and in the car so you can immediately disinfect your hands.
- Avoid handshaking, hugging or being in close contact with people who have a cough or respiratory symptoms.
- Make use of disinfectant wipes, especially at convenience or grocery stores – remember to wipe down the handle and child seat on grocery carts.
- Try not to open doors in public places with your hands. Open doors with your hip or use a wipe or paper towel to grasp the handle.
- Stay home if you become sick. If you are near people, try to keep your distance by staying within six feet or more from others.
- Woc-Colburn recommends getting the flu vaccine as a guard against infection that might weaken the immune system, and elderly people also should consider getting vaccinated against pneumonia.
source - https://www.bcm.edu/news/infectious-diseases/coronavirus-prevention-tips