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As you know, the recent pandemic of COVID-19 has required a new set of rules to be put in place for all Americans.
Wash your hands thoroughly for twenty seconds at a time with soap and water often, especially after returning home and after using the bathroom, or coming into contact with any germs or dirt, and before you eat, handle food, or touch your face. If soap and water is unavailable, use hand sanitizer of at least 60% alcohol content. Avoid close contact, keep at least a six foot distance from other people.
STAY-AT-HOME: Essential workers like post office workers, bank tellers, hospital employees and grocery store attendants must still go to work. All other workers are considered nonessential and must stay home. You may only leave the house for essential functions like grocery store shopping or laundry.
KNOW THE SIGNS:
If you have a fever, shortness of breath and a cough, call your doctor immediately.
How to home-school during the coronavirus crisis
A survival guide by our own Family Educator and Deaf Coach, Wendy Merritt-Aguilar.
Disclaimer: Make sure you follow the school work given to your child from school.