We are all facing the threat of the COVID-19 virus that continues to infect the many, take lives, and impale our economy. As such, we at Wells Health Care take all the necessary steps in keeping our clients, their families, and our employees safe from the virus. Through the strict and proper implementation of the safety and preventive measures established by healthcare organizations, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, all of our clients, their family members, and employees are advised to follow these guidelines:
- Stay home as much as possible, especially when ill or not feeling well.
- When experiencing any of the signs and symptoms of COVID-19, please notify the company immediately. Employees must refrain from going to work. Our clients and their families should contact their healthcare provider or physician promptly.
- Washing your hands is still an effective way to avoid acquiring the disease. Please wash your hands often for 20 seconds or more. Use clean water and antibacterial soap, and make sure to lather all parts of your hands, including the wrist, in-between fingers, and under nails.
- Never touch your face, mouth, nose, and eyes with unsanitized hands. When soap and water are not available, using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content is recommended.
- Maintain the cleanliness of your home environment. Disinfect commonly touched surfaces and properly wash clothes that are worn outside your homes.
- Wear appropriate personal protective equipment when going out, and make sure to bring a hand sanitizer or alcohol. Maintaining social distancing must be highly observed, as well.
- Our employees must be regularly monitored for possible COVID-19 infection by keeping track of their temperature and signs and symptoms.
Wells Health Care is also actively monitoring and evaluating the risk of COVID-19 exposure in our facility in accordance with OSHA requirements and current CDC and WHO recommendations. When exposure is suspected, Wells Health Care proactively coordinates with appropriate federal, state, or local health officials to determine the appropriate response to this situation.
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