As many counties begin to brace for reopening certain nonessential retail spaces, government-imposed restrictions will begin to be less extreme and severe as COVID-19 begins to wane on its societal effects. Granted, people are still getting very sick, but it's now time for those who are healthy and well to get back to work as soon as it's proven safe.
This means that more and more people will be getting outside for activity. That means you should get your outdoor stuff in before rush hour -- which occurs at 9 am and at 5 pm. If you're more advanced in age or susceptible to COVID-19, this goes doubly true for you.
If you're sick, continue to stay at home. Moving forward, it's a good idea to practice new standards of cleanliness, not to mention wear a mask in public if you're sick while staying at home whenever possible. It's time to get a little more serious about health standards... even in our biggest and most popular cities.
Protect your own immune system by eating healthy and by getting outdoors when you can. It's safe to have interactions with those in your household and it's also probably not as unsafe as the media tells you to come into contact with someone who you deem as a low risk for carrying, contracting, and being harmed by this infectious disease.
We've all been doing great and now we see the light at the end of the tunnel. We have a feeling this summer is going to shine extra bright. Contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic to learn more about how our treatments can boost your immune system.