patients talking to doctor about COVID-19



These past two years, we have learned about immunizations’ key role in disease prevention. Getting vaccinated protects you and those around you. Our focus is to help you and your loved ones stay up to date with the CDC recommended vaccines.

• Social distancing

The virus spreads person-to-person. The CDC estimates that 6 feet is a safe distance from someone who may be infected.

• Wash your hands

This is still commonly considered as some of the easiest armor against the virus. Wash your hands with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer made of at least 60% alcohol is an acceptable alternative to soap and water.

• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands

• Clean and disinfect commonly used surfaces

Diluted household bleach solutions and solutions with 70% alcohol are ideal for disinfecting surfaces.


• Stay home if you are sick

Unless medical care is needed, the safest way to protect others is to stay home.

• Cover coughs and sneezes

Cough and sneeze into your elbow to prevent any particles transferring to another person through touch.

• Wash your hands

Use warm, soapy water, and wash for at least 20 seconds.

• Wear face masks in public settings in accordance with local laws and direction from private establishments.