Things You Need to Buy When Self-Isolation
This is a great time to shop. There is a lack of all kinds of difficulties and consequences, and knowing that you need to go through a pandemic can be very stressful. The cable gear team has spent the last few days talking with experts (as well as yourself) and has come up with the main guide you need right now.
First things first: know when you can get sick.
Symptoms of the coronavirus
include fever, coughing, and shortness of breath. It can also cause bodily discomfort, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, and sore throat. Just because these symptoms are lacking, does not mean you are free of viruses.
Stay at home (especially if you are sick) unless you need a separate vacation.
If you are outside, keep a distance (about six feet) from the others. Avoid groups of 10 or more.
Cover your mouth and nose (slip into your elbows or use tissue) when sneezing or coughing.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Very often, If you are traveling, you can use hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol.
Clean and disinfect areas of your home that you frequently touch.
The food and supplies you need
The most important things you should have: a place to eat, warm water, and sleep. It's also a good idea to make sure you have basic emergency supplies on hand.
3 Weeks of food:
Don't buy too much food, but now is the right time to cook dry ingredients in your kitchen! We recommend emergency dried beans, rice, pasta, popcorn, And instant meals. Here is a list of some delicious foods to buy, if you can find it. Canned items nearby. Fresh vegetables and fruit will look good for the next week or two, and frozen vegetables are the right choice. Milk is fine, but check the expiration date. Oat and almond milk. It's been on the shelf for a long time. Use the freezer.
You don't need to panic buying a bunch of bottled water to reach the recommended two weeks of water in an emergency kit. It's just wasted plastic. It is unlikely that something will happen to your water supply. The easiest way? If you are nervous, take a Pure Water Pitcher (Asda, Tesco) to filter your water. It's also great that you can be safe in Lyftra somewhere.
Chances are you won't lose electricity, so a water boiler is also the right choice. Unbelievably heats water faster than a stove. There is a basic kettle here
, which is a perfect kettle with a temperature option.
First Aid Box:
Everyone must have it, and now is the right time to make sure you still have acetaminophen reserves. This is an affordable first-aid package
on Amazon and other options from Walmart. Make sure your first aid kit includes a thermometer. If you need something new, they are hard to find now. This option is a good bet.
A plan if someone gets sick:
It can be on paper or Google Sheets, but please read, think, and make plans for it if someone in your house is sick (in what room should they be?). How do I handle childcare if I am a local person? Schools or daycare centers are closed, and more. This is also the right time to make sure your mobile medical ID and emergency contact information is up to date. Make sure you have a doctor's name/contact information and a list of local hospitals and clinics where you have insurance from your doctor's name/contact. Information is also included.
Soap and hand sanitizer:
Both are hard to find, but they will soon be available (hopefully). If you want to try and make it yourself, here is the WIRED guide
for making your hand sanitiser.
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