The spread of the Coronavirus has brought with it, from recognized health entities such as the WHO, prevention communications with which we want to go hand in hand to act as a responsible community. The state of alarm decreed by the Spanish Government has promoted the #Istayathome trend generated in Italy.
Hand in hand with the WHO
WHO is working closely with global experts, governments and partners to rapidly expand scientific knowledge about this new virus. Advising countries and individuals on measures to protect health and prevent the spread of the outbreak.
For our part, as a shared work space, we have taken mainly sanitary preventives within our spaces in which are: Recurrent cleaning and disinfection, daily ventilation and restructuring of the Events Program, among other things.
Additionally, we believe that each person should have a responsible attitude as an individual to help prevent the spread of the virus. In this sense, we recommend following the following measures:
-Keep personal items like mobile and computer clean and disinfected.
-Wash your hands regularly and rigorously with soap, water and disinfectant gel.
-Put respiratory hygiene into practice: Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing occurs (use handkerchiefs, a sleeve or your elbow crease) and then wash your hands.
This in order to promote awareness to avoid contagion to the population at risk and saturation of the health system.
The government announcement of the state of alarm triggered trends such as #Ichoosetoberesponsible, #Ichoosetosavelives, and #Istayathome, which encourages the attentive monitoring of the information provided by authorized entities and to maintain a civic attitude by:
-Go out individually at home when you really need it.
-Keep distance of a meter and a half of security.
-Continue sanitary measures from home, following the hashtag #Stayhome in which primary care doctors and nurses are posting videos with recommendations.
Empathy in action: for me, for you, for everyone
In cases of uncertainty, the answer lies with each of us. Let us be part of prevention, let us be agents of responsibility and conscience. Let's take advantage of this time to strengthen ties even from a distance, to devise new strategies from home, and to be part of the massive applause in honor of the health personnel on duty every night at 8:00 p.m.