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The CoronaVirus Quarantine Checklist

With the world reeling from the effects of the CoronaVirus pandemic, people should assume that things are going to get worse before they get better. This could mean that quarantines and lockdowns could be extended further, especially if infection rates don’t decrease within the next 3 weeks. As the head figure in a household, it’s up to you to ensure that your household is ready to endure the inevitable quarantine extension. This means that you’re going to need sufficient supplies in order for your household members to live decently, if not comfortably. In order to achieve this, it’s important to dedicate your limited resources to only things that are essential to your survival so that you’re able to stretch your resources for as long as you can. So, what supplies should you put a priority on? Hygiene Your best protection against COVID-19 is hygiene, whether it’s in keeping your body clean or in keeping your surroundings clean. So, you need to stock up on (but not hoard) supplies like alcohol, disinfectant, soap, toilet paper, and body wash. Make sure that you have supplies that will last you for at least a month. Food There is no definitive list of food items you have to have. However, the food you should get has to have a long shelf life. A few good examples of these foods are dried meat, dried fruits, dried veggies, and canned goods. Avoid getting fish because they will spoil faster than meat if they aren’t frozen properly. Don’t forget to stock up on pet food too. It’s also important to stock up on food supplements such as whey so that you’re able to get the protein that your body needs. Remember that meat won’t always be readily available. Medical Supplies Even if your local hospital has the capacity to handle non-COVID cases, you have to consider that every empty hospital bed can potentially be used to help ease a COVID-19 patient’s stay in the hospital. While COVID-19 may not be the most deadly virus out there, the fact that it’s so easy to transmit means that the real danger lies in how it will overwhelm the medical sector, which would also deny patients who have more pressing concerns, the dire medical attention that they need. With this in mind, it’s important to avoid further burdening hospitals. You can do this by stocking up on remedies for common conditions. While most pains can be treated at places like this Seattle Pain Relief center, you’re going to have to try to treat it at home if you can. Only go to the hospital if no home remedy can be found for the condition you’re suffering. Exercise Equipment One of the things that’s going to make a quarantine difficult is the monotony of staying at home all day. There are many ways to break this monotony, but exercise is the best way to not only help fight off boredom, but it also helps maintain your health, which is essential in order to fight off the virus should you become infected. You’re going to need dumbbells, an elastic band, and a yoga mat. These basics would be more than enough to help you and your family stay fit during quarantine. Yes, these are trying times, and discipline is expected from every citizen. Do your part in flattening the curve by staying indoors. Remember that the better you’re able to prepare, the less likely you’re going to have to step out to resupply.
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The CoronaVirus Quarantine Checklist With the world reeling from the effects of the CoronaVirus pandemic, people should assume that things are going to get worse before they get better. This could mean that quarantines and lockdowns could be extended further, especially if infection rates don’t decrease within the next 3 weeks. As the head figure in a household, it’s up to you to ensure that your household is ready to endure the inevitable quarantine extension. This means that you’re going to need sufficient supplies in order for your household members to live decently, if not comfortably. In order to achieve this, it’s important to dedicate your limited resources to only things that are essential to your survival so that you’re able to stretch your resources for as long as you can. So, what supplies should you put a priority on? Hygiene Your best protection against COVID-19 is hygiene, whether it’s in keeping your body clean or in keeping your surroundings clean. So, you need to stock up on (but not hoard) supplies like alcohol, disinfectant, soap, toilet paper, and body wash. Make sure that you have supplies that will last you for at least a month. Food There is no definitive list of food items you have to have. However, the food you should get has to have a long shelf life. A few good examples of these foods are dried meat, dried fruits, dried veggies, and canned goods. Avoid getting fish because they will spoil faster than meat if they aren’t frozen properly. Don’t forget to stock up on pet food too. It’s also important to stock up on food supplements such as whey so that you’re able to get the protein that your body needs. Remember that meat won’t always be readily available. Medical Supplies Even if your local hospital has the capacity to handle non-COVID cases, you have to consider that every empty hospital bed can potentially be used to help ease a COVID- 19 patient’s stay in the hospital. While COVID-19 may not be the most deadly virus out there, the fact that it’s so easy to transmit means that the real danger lies in how it will overwhelm the medical sector, which would also deny patients who have more pressing concerns, the dire medical attention that they need. With this in mind, it’s important to avoid further burdening hospitals. You can do this by stocking up on remedies for common conditions. While most pains can be treated at places like this Seattle Pain Relief center, you’re going to have to try to treat it at home if you can. Only go to the hospital if no home remedy can be found for the condition you’re suffering. Exercise Equipment One of the things that’s going to make a quarantine difficult is the monotony of staying at home all day. There are many ways to break this monotony, but exercise is the best way to not only help fight off boredom, but it also helps maintain your health, which is essential in order to fight off the virus should you become infected. You’re going to need dumbbells, an elastic band, and a yoga mat. These basics would be more than enough to help you and your family stay fit during quarantine. Yes, these are trying times, and discipline is expected from every citizen. Do your part in flattening the curve by staying indoors. Remember that the better you’re able to prepare, the less likely you’re going to have to step out to resupply.
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