We are focused on shielding the wellbeing of our individuals and staff. As we screen the updates on COVID-19, we need to keep you educated about what the Y is doing to forestall the spread of coronavirus in our locale and how you can help. We will refresh this page with new data as it opens up.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
We would all be able to do our part to forestall the spread of ailment in our locale. You can help us by remaining at home in case you’re feeling debilitated, keeping kids home on the off chance that they’re indicating any manifestations of ailment, and cleaning gym equipment when each utilization. Side effects may seem 2-14 days after an introduction and incorporate fever, hack, and brevity of breath.
WHAT THEY ARE DOING
At the Y, you can hope to see our staff cleaning habitually contacted surfaces all the more frequently, including door handles, gym equipment, telephones, balustrades, and handrails all through the office.
The Y stays open to serve our locale. Any office terminations will be made as per rules from the New York State Department of Health and the Onondaga County Health Department. You can download the Y’s portable application to find a workable pace of office data.
WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT COVID-19
As per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the novel coronavirus is a piece of a huge group of infections regular in individuals and a wide range of types of creatures. The infection causes a respiratory malady called COVID-19. Side effects may seem 2-14 days after an introduction and incorporate fever, hack, and brevity of breath.
The CDC prescribes ordinary protection activities to help forestall the spread of respiratory ailments including:
• Avoid close contact with individuals who are wiped out
• Avoid contacting your eyes, nose, and mouth
• Stay home when you are wiped out
• Cover your hack or wheeze with a tissue, at that point toss the tissue in the rubbish
• Clean and sanitize now and again contacted items and surfaces
• Wash your hands regularly with cleanser and water for in any event 20 seconds, particularly in the wake of heading off to the restroom; before eating; and in the wake of cleaning out your nose, hacking, or wheezing