Exemplary! Avoiding unnecessary social contacts is crucial at this time.
Everyone can help prevent the spread of #COVID19. Practice healthy habits like avoiding close contact with people who are sick. Learn more prevention tips: https://t.co/mCTZoGFRpx. pic.twitter.com/Jm12EQkfkJ— CDC (@CDCgov) March 14, 2020
1/2 Today @POTUS announced an historic national emergency, plans to rapidly increase testing in partnership with industry, and aggressive community mitigation steps in response to #coronavirus #covid19.— U.S. Surgeon General (@Surgeon_General) March 13, 2020
Make no mistake- we are at a critical inflection point... pic.twitter.com/CZwsorugVh
You haven't been to a risk area
You haven't been to a Covid-19 risk area within the past 14 days. Please have a close look at the recommendations below and find out how you can improve your behavior in this exceptional situation.Download 303 KB
CDC provides recommendations for international travel, including guidance on when to consider postponing or canceling travel: Travel: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers.
Your behavior is adapted to the current situation.Your current behavior helps to protect people in risk groups, and contain the pandemic. The Robert Koch Institute recommends staying at home as often as possible, limiting your social contacts, and limiting contacts with people from the risk groups as much as possible. For further recommendations have a look at the following sources: World Health Organization - Q&A on coronaviruses (COVID-19)