now that we are in the midst of summer, the question that is being asked the most is, "how to i get the most out of my summer and still stay safe in this pandemic?"
According to the CDC, there’s no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through water. Swimming and other water-related activities are fun, healthy ways to get outside and get physical. In addition to backyard pools, the CDC says state, local and national parks will open their beaches and other swimming areas on a case-by-case basis, so check with the area you want to visit to see when it’s safe to get back in the water.
Here’s how to do it safely:
Ride a bike
Biking is making a big revival, with bike shops backed up with orders for new bikes as well as for assembly and maintenance. Follow the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration’s guidelines for bicycle safety, including:
Ride a recreational vehicle
Motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATVs, jet skis and golf carts are fun ways to get around but they can be dangerous if not used properly.
go on a staycation!
Backyards have never looked so good since we’re spending so much time in them. Turn yours into a fun zone with these ideas for the perfect family staycation.
Barbecued hamburgers, roasted vegetables and toasty s’mores … yes please! Cooking food on a grill or over a fire pit says summer vacation like nothing else. To avoid burns, follow the fire safety tips below.
We hope your family has an amazing summer of bonding and creating memories, but if an accident or illness happens, we at Signet Healthcare are here for you, with safe care and expert clinicians who can help with emergencies of all kinds.
Article via: Medical City Healthcare