Our pledge to those we serve as insurance brokers is that we will continue to work tirelessly to provide you with the any with health insurance needs, the guidance and assistance in determining maximized coverage coupled with an affordable monthly premium.
Our plea to everyone is to adhere to the well-publicized precautions to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
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We would like to specifically address all those who are on the front lines of this crisis providing health, support, and other essential services. You put you lives on the line everyday and you have our deepest gratitude and respect. We will never forget your sacrifices and contributions.
FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
1. If you have a runny nose and sputum - then you most likely have a common cold.
2. Corona virus pneumonia is associated with a dry cough but without a runny nose.
3. If an infected person were to sneeze in your vicinity the coronavirus would only survive for 10ft before dropping to the ground where it is no longer airborne.
4. In an instance where the virus were to drop on a metal surface it will live for at least 12 hours while on fabric it will live for 6-10. Washing clothes and disinfecting surfaces frequently will help eliminate any exposure.
5. Avoid rubbing your face and wash hands frequently. The virus can live on your hands for 10-12 minutes. If exposed to the virus, touching your face, eyes, mouth, nose etc.
6. Drinking warm water and eating warm soup will help healthy individuals fight virus of any kind. Ice cold beverages should be restricted to a minimum.
7. Use common sense; if you have a dry cough with associated with flu and pneumonia like symptoms including fever - Contact your primary care physician or visit your local emergency room or designated facility to be tested.
8. Wear a proper face mask and gloves when out in public.
For more information, breaking news and precautions please visit the CDC COVID-19 Updates Resources.
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