The safety of our caregivers, staff and clients is our highest priority. We are here to help and taking every measure to safeguard your family's health.
Communications to our Community
- Maryland Department of Health- COVID-19 Statistics in Maryland
- Maryland Department of Health- Guidance for Infection Control and Prevention of Coronavirus Disease 2019 for Nursing Homes (REVISED)
- CDC- How to Protect Yourself and Others
- CDC- Coping with Stress
- ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND
- DC Government updates
Here are some general tips for keeping your household as clean as possible and preventing the spread of the virus:
- Educate yourself about COVID-19 symptoms to prevent the spread of the disease in your home. COVID-19 typically includes symptoms like fever, a dry cough and difficulty breathing. If you or someone in your household is displaying these symptoms, take the proper precautions to keep your household as clean as possible.
- The ill person should stay quarantined in a specific room. According to CDC guidelines, someone with COVID-19 should stay in one specific room or area of the house or apartment, away from other members of the household in order to prevent the spread of the disease.
- Provide personal cleaning supplies for the ill person’s room. Include supplies like tissues, paper towels, cleaners and disinfectants.
- Clean and disinfect the bathroom after each use. The ill person should clean and disinfect the bathroom after each use.
- Stay at home to avoid spread of the disease. According to the State of Maryland, residents should stay at home unless they are conducting or participating in essential activities, in order to help slow the spread of the disease.
If you are interested in in-home care for a loved one in Maryland, Capital City Nurses is prepared to help you.