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Keep in shape! All we need is pavement and we can keep in shape while also mitigating the spread of COVID-19. Not only does staying in shape play a role keeping you fit and healthy it's also a great way to be active while social distancing. (U.S. Marine illustration by LCpl. Jacob Pruitt)
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Stay inside and practice good hygiene to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Only leave your residence for necessary tasks such as grocery shopping. However, if you do have to leave your house make sure to continue social distancing and don’t be around large groups of people. (U.S. Marine Corps Illustration by Sgt. Jake McClung)
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Take additional measures to ensure surfaces are thoroughly sanitized. Bacteria can reside on surfaces for hours, potentially days depending on the type of surface. Play it safe and continue to disinfect. (U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Sgt. Jake McClung)
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To practice correct social distancing, try your best to stay at least six feet away from each other. Only leave your home for necessities such as grocery shopping, medical purposes, etc. (U.S. Marines Corps Illustration by Sgt. Jake McClung)
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Covering your cough can reduce the chance of spreading germs. If you notice any of the following symptoms below, stay home, then notify your chain of command and medical provider for further guidance: -Cough -Fever -Excessive tiredness -Difficulty breathing (U.S. Marine Corps Illustration by Sgt. Jake McClung)
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To effectively wash your hands lather in sap, scrub for at least 20 seconds and rinse under water before letting them air dry or use a clean towel. (U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Sgt. Jake McClung)
Featured Video
MCAS Miramar COVID-19 - PSA
U.S. Marine Col. Charles B. Dockery, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Sgt. Maj. Jason R. Cain, sergeant major of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and LT. CMDR Sean P. Ouimet, the station public health emergency officer conduct a PSA on questions regarding COVID-19 and future impacts to the installation.
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Enhanced guidance for personnel aboard @MCASMiramarCA - https://t.co/KAbjJhE5Ew
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RT @MCIWPendletonCA: MARINE CORPS GUIDANCE ON THE USE OF CLOTH FACE COVERINGS https://t.co/pFxAOpsNVM https://t.co/O3jbr4NP9D
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RT @MCIWPendletonCA: The MCIWEST #COVID19 Leave/Liberty Order has been released. When not in a duty status, all personnel will limit travel…
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