How to Stay Safe in Your Community

Staying safe from COVID-19 and the new coronavirus variants, like delta, is up to all of us. It’s everyone’s responsibility to stay vigilant and remain responsible in our communities. To keep yourself and others safe, follow these safety steps:

  • Get your COVID-19 vaccine and encourage loved ones to do so, too
  • Get a COVID-19 test if you have symptoms of COVID-19
  • Self-isolate at home if your COVID-19 test is positive
  • Wear your face mask indoors in public, especially in COVID-19 hotspots
  • Avoid crowds or crowded areas
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
  • Greet others with a wave or verbal greeting, instead of a handshake or hug
  • Keep a distance of 6 feet between you and others
  • Stay home if you’re sick or at a high risk of severe illness
  • Wash or sanitize your hands often

When we all do our part, we can slow the spread of the virus, together.

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Other Available Resources

For accurate and updated information about coronavirus, turn to your state’s department of health, and other national and global organizations you can trust, like these:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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World Health Organization

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As we continue to face the challenge of COVID-19, we’re dedicated to keeping you safe. If you're experiencing symptoms of coronavirus or other illness, schedule an online visit through the AdventHealth app to consult face-to-face, in real time, with a real provider. Your medical professional will ask questions to determine if you need a physician’s order for coronavirus testing, and help you with other medical needs. Remember, to help prevent the spread of the virus, avoid the emergency room at your local hospital except in cases of emergency.

  • Schedule appointments
  • Message your care team
  • Access your (and your family's) health records
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