No street shoes inside! Could not agree more!!!Fortunately my work is online, I"m single, apartment is comfortable so I go out for supplies two or three times in a week and the excercise of walking only. I avoid large shops, using local verdulerias and the chino markets with less customers inside. On the street I go out of my way to avoid others and let people pass at a distance. Wear a mask always when in public, recently upgraded to the Conicet mask with anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungus properties. I carry an alcohol gel with a pump and after any touching of surfaces or leaving a store cover and rub the hands with the alcohol gel. I do my best to prevent anyone entering my apartment with street shoes, leave shoes at the entrance. I avoid invitations to get together with friends. Eat well, drink well, pray for a change. My greatest concern is Argentines who ignore others safety by not wearing masks, not wearing masks properly and who ignore keeping a distance of 2 meters.
WOW!Besides washing my hands all the time and disinfecting surfaces, nothing enters my home if it may not be disinfected. I even disinfect money with alcohol. My jacket stays on a hanger in the balcony.
Every time I have a delivery and need to receive it at the entrance when I enter I disinfect keys, door knob and lock, elevator button on my floor and whatever I touched. I wash the clothes I wear outside at 60 degrees and disinfect my bath tub. The only shoes I wear I take them off before getting into my home, I disinfect them with alcohol and the soles with lavandina and they remain untouched until I go out again.
Really? Do just add more plastic trash. What is wrong with hand sanitizer?In addition to wearing that mask! I shop on line and make fewer trips to stores.
I carry a few plastic disposable gloves with me everywhere I go. When I need to open a door or touch a common surface, I whip a glove out, put it on my hand and touch the surface. When I am done, I pull the glove off my hand in an inside out fashion touching the clean, inner part and throw it away in the nearest rubbish container.
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