Should I wear gloves when out shopping?

The simple answer is “No”. Gloves are for medical professionals, and, are single-use. The purpose is to prevent cross-contamination. If you go to Target with gloves on, pick up a cereal box that is contaminated, your gloves become contaminated and everything you touch from then on, you will contaminate. The steering wheel of your car, the apples you touch in the grocery store, and the shampoo you pick up in the drug store. Don’t wear gloves. Wash your hands (or sanitize them) after every store and before you touch your phone or steering wheel. Wash your hands when you get home. Better yet, take a shower.

Remember these minimal guidelines :
  • Do not touch your face.
  • Do not touch your phone.
  • Practice social distancing while in the store. (Stay at least six feet away from others at all times.)
  • Limit the items or surfaces that you need to touch. (Now isn’t the time to scavenge through the entire apple pile.)
  • Wear a face mask – and do not touch the mask once it’s on your face.
  • Sanitize your hands (if possible) when you transition to your car and immediately wash your hands when you get home after unloading.

 

Coronavirus safety checklist


Stay Safe.

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