Proper Use of PPE: Gloves

Proper Use of PPE: Gloves

For the general public, the CDC recommends wearing gloves when you are cleaning or caring for someone who is sick. While running errands, or while out in the general public, using gloves is not usually recommended. Social distancing and washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds (or using hand sanitizer for 20 seconds) are considered to be the preferred methods of keeping your hands clean from bacteria while out in public. However, in combination with hand-washing, social distancing, and when used in the correct circumstances, gloves can be a nice supplemental tool to keeping safe from germs.
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Proper Use of PPE: Masks

Proper Use of PPE: Masks

If you’ve ventured out into public recently, hopefully you have been wearing a mask! Gloves, hand sanitizer, and face masks have become all the rage recently, and for good reason. But if you do not use these preventative tools properly, they often become less effective. In the next few weeks, the CPR Savers Blog will be publishing instructions, tips, and tricks on how to utilize PPE effectively to help prevent the spread of infection, keeping you and your loved ones a bit more safe in this uncertain time.
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