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Old 03-28-2020, 09:24 PM
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act as if you've got it and likely to transmit it. Gondwana, this is very good advice. The more you are around people, the harder it is to avoid transmission, because of surfaces you touch which can later pass on the virus.
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Very happy so far with the way we are coping and how well we are set up for a long term situation.

One thing I have learnt so far, is that we need to have more hand sanitiser or ingredients to make some for a prolonged length of time.
We are fine now and will be for a while yet, but I this has opened my eyes to the importance of hygiene and managing it.
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Very happy so far with the way we are coping and how well we are set up for a long term situation.

One thing I have learnt so far, is that we need to have more hand sanitiser or ingredients to make some for a prolonged length of time.
We are fine now and will be for a while yet, but I this has opened my eyes to the importance of hygiene and managing it.
My wife was up until the early hours of this morning reading up on the latest directive for essential services as she has to inform staff today. One of the things that come out of this was the fact that ordinary hand washing soap actually kills the coronavirus contamination, it does not just wash it off. So soap is one of our biggest tools to fight this virus.
Regards, Keith.
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