Fall 2020 Plan and Information
COVID-19 Updates and Information

Frequently Asked Questions

If your questions are not answered below, please email us at fall2020@frostburg.edu. Our process ensures that your individual concerns are being addressed by the right people and that you have a contact person to assist you.

  • Academics/Classes

    Key Points
    > Classes will start on Aug. 17, 2020.
    > Classes will end by Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020.
    > Monday, Sept. 7 (Labor Day) will be an instructional day.
    > All classes will be blended — a mix of in-person and online instruction — or fully online.
    > If you are uncomfortable about returning or are unable to return to campus, FSU will work with you to discuss options to help keep you on track for your degree. Contact us at fall2020@frostburg.edu.

    When will classes for the Fall 2020 term start?
    Classes will begin on Monday, Aug. 17, 2020.

    Why has the start date been moved up two weeks?
    By moving the start date two weeks earlier, it allows all students to complete the term by Thanksgiving. Students will not have to return to campus after Thanksgiving.

    What will be done to accommodate students who may not be able to come back for the early start date?
    Students should reach out to us via fall2020@frostburg.edu, and we will work with students on a case-by-case basis.

    What happens with other deadlines during the Fall 2020 semester?
    Most deadlines will be moved two weeks earlier to coincide with the earlier start.

    REVISED ACADEMIC CALENDAR

    What are 7-week classes and can I take one?
    7-week class options are available for First-Year Students only. First-year students can work with their advisor during and after the virtual orientation.

    Will FSU be offering the PC/NC (pass with credit/no credit) option for classes this fall?
    No, the option offered during the spring semester will not be offered for Fall 2020.

    Will the fall semester be completely online?
    No. Most classes will be offered in a blended (a combination of in-person and online) format. This will allow us to offer face-to-face instruction in a safer environment.

    Will in-person meetings for a course be required?
    Most classes will be offered in a blended (a combination of in-person and online) format. This will allow us to offer face-to-face instruction in a safer environment. It will be up to each professor to determine how often a class may be required to meet in person.

    What does adjusting class sizes entail?
    FSU will reduce classroom density through a variety of methods. One method is to reduce the number of students per class and then offering more section of that class. We will also use a split attendance (rotating attendance) approach, where a smaller group of students enrolled in the course will meet with the instructor each section. For example, in a course scheduled to meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, half of the students will attend on Tuesday and half will attend on Thursday.

    Will schedules be altered due to the classroom changes?
    The number of students in each class will be adjusted, and classrooms will be reconfigured to provide distancing and other safeguards. You will be notified of schedule changes, if any.

    How will lab classes be handled?
    In-person lab classes will be set up to maintain proper social distancing and provide other safeguards. Some lab work may be able to be done with virtual tools. Look for specific information from your instructor.   

    How are faculty being trained to help provide the online portions of the blended curriculum?
    One of our key efforts is ensuring our faculty and instructors enhance their online skills through additional training this summer to build out their courses for the fall in a blended format.

    Will there be a university-wide imposed attendance policy for our classes? Or, will attendance be a matter left up to instructors?
    An academic policy task group is working on this issue.

    What is the process for cleaning and sanitizing between classes?
    Classrooms will be cleaned and sanitized daily according to CDC guidelines for disinfecting common areas. We do not have the personnel available to clean classrooms after each use, and in some cases, classroom locations have been moved to accommodate classroom capacity issues. Each classroom will be equipped with a sanitizing spray bottle and paper towels that can be utilized by faculty and students at their discretion.

    What options do I have if I don’t feel comfortable being on campus?
    Most classes will be offered in a blended (a combination of in-person and online) format. This will allow us to offer face-to-face instruction in a safer environment. If you are uncomfortable about returning or are unable to return to campus, FSU will work with you to discuss options through FSU online offerings or through alternate options. Contact us at fall2020@frostburg.edu, and we will work with students on a case-by-case basis to address your specific situation and needs.

    What options are there for students who choose to remain at home but continue their studies online?
    If you are uncomfortable about returning or are unable to return to campus, FSU will work with you to discuss options to help keep you on track for your degree. Contact us at fall2020@frostburg.edu.

    How do education majors get their required classroom time?
    Education students should contact their academic advisors about the student teaching field experience.

    What support has the Physician Assistant program been given to start classes this summer, and will we be expected to follow what they develop?
    Please contact the program director to confirm the schedule of courses for Fall 2020.

    How will study abroad trips for the fall semester and spring break be impacted?
    Because of distance and uncertainty abroad as well as difficulties that some campuses had getting students back in the spring, the USM presidents have decided there will be no study abroad for domestic students this fall. No decisions have been made for spring 2021.

    How will performance/music classes be handled?
    Some of these classes will be in person, socially distanced and properly monitored by faculty with student performing. Virtual software tools also allow faculty to work real-time and remotely with students — with each person being at their own computers in a live chat setting. Your professors will have specific details for you.  

    When will Graduate Assistants know the status of their programs?
    We hope to be able to give graduate assistants an answer in coming weeks. We are currently reviewing assignments and the cost of each assignment. We will prioritize continuing students, as well as those where a commitment has already been made. However, please understand that the cost of these assistantship stipends cost more than $550,000. Graduate assistants receive both a work stipend AND tuition remission, so that's an additional cost that may not be obvious. The two combined translate to an approximate hourly wage of $22.50 (in-state student) or $27.40 (out of state). We don't know for sure yet if we will have to reduce graduate assistant benefits, but it may be necessary.

  • Housing

    I signed up for a double room? Am I now required to be in a single?
    Yes. In order to reduce density on our campus and increase social distancing for the upcoming academic year, all campus residence halls will be single occupancy.

    COVID-19 RESIDENCE HALL PLAN

    The room rate is higher for a single than for a double. How do I make up that difference?
    Because the switch to all singles is in response to the COVID-19 crisis, CARES Act funding will be available to help families with the residence hall costs when the semester begins. The university will authorize $375 of CARES Act funding each semester for eligible students who are residing in our campus residential halls. Eligible students can apply for this in the fall. Information will be sent to students.

    COVID-19 RESIDENCE HALL PLAN APPLY FOR CARES ACT ASSISTANCE

    When is move-in?
    August 12-16; more details will be communicated to students in July.

    Who can I contact if I have specific housing questions?
    Students and families who have questions can contact Assistant Director of Residence Life Katie Buehner at ksbuehner@frostburg.edu or Director of Residence Life Kim Hinds-Brush at kmhindsbrush@frostburg.edu.

    Do single rooms in residence halls have a separate bathroom and washing area? If not, how can you ensure that there is no cross-infection?
    There are not separate bathrooms and washing areas for each room. We will follow state and CDC guidelines.

    I am uncomfortable sharing a bathroom with another student. What options do I have?
    Students can fill out an exemption form in the Housing Portal and it will go to the committee for a decision.

    Housing Portal

    Will students be able to stay over winter break to avoid extra spread of COVID-19?
    The University has already changed the end date for the fall semester to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19. We will be housing students with housing insecurities over break, which is not a change from our normal policy.

    Will students still be allowed to visit friends or have gatherings in their rooms?
    We are working on these policies now and will provide more information soon.

    Communal kitchens will be closed. What accommodations will be made for this closure?
    We will not be able to make any accommodations in the Fall, but we will reevaluate this policy for the Spring semester.

    Will RAs receive additional training to make sure students are following guidelines in the residence halls? If so, when will this training take place?
    Yes. Information regarding any special issues for Fall 2020 will be covered in the Fall training for RAs, occurring early August.

    Can I cancel my housing contract and move off campus?
    Students who want to be released from their housing contract can fill out the release form in the Housing Portal and the committee will make a decision to release the student or not. First- and second-year students are expected to live on campus unless they have an exemption.

    Housing Portal

    Will Edgewood Commons have single rooms as well?
    Edgewood has single rooms for students in the apartments, but students will be sharing common spaces in those apartments.

    I live off-campus. What options do I have if my rates have increased with fewer students in my apartment/house?
    We recognize that students living off-campus may have additional housing costs because of the COVID-19 crisis. Those students will have the ability to file for assistance as was the case this past spring. Those requests will be reviewed by a committee on an individual case-by-case basis.

    APPLY FOR CARES ACT ASSISTANCE

    How will the living situation affect students who will live off campus with roommates?
    Questions about off-campus housing should be directed to your landlord before you sign a lease.

    How will students with IEPs and other mental illnesses be accommodated?
    All students will have single rooms. Students requesting accommodations need to contact Holly Veith in Disability Support Services.

  • Dining

    Key Points
    > No open, self-service food — such as buffet lines and soup stations.
    > Pre-packaged grab-and-go options are being expanded.
    > Eating and food service spaces have been adjusted to reduce the number of people in any one space at a time.
    > Do not share food. Not potluck events allowed.

    Will food options remain the same, Chesapeake and Appalachian Station?
    Most of the food options will remain the same. College Avenue Subs, Starbucks, Moe's, Chick-fil-A, Sushi with Gusto, Grill Nation and Jack & Olive Grab and Go in Appalachian Station will be open as normal.

    Will there be a limited number of students allowed in the cafeteria at a time?
    Chesapeake dining hall will open as an eat-in facility operating at 50% capacity.

    If a student needs to quarantine, who will deliver food to them? How will this happen?
    Dining services will be delivering meals to the quarantine area. We are still working through the details.

    Are all of the food places going to be open?
    No, Daily Press, Au Bon Pain and Bowls will remain closed.

    How will meals be served?
    All menu items will be either grab-and-go or served by an attendant. There will be no self-service options. All

    Additionally, we are adding a meal replacement option where the students will be able to order a full meal on-line and pick it up at the cashier station in Chesapeake.

    Will meal plan prices be affected?
    Meal plan costs will remain at 2019-20. The costs cover the plan for the entire semester, same as last semester.

    Can food be delivered to students?
    The only student meal delivery we will offer is to the quarantine area.

  • Health & Safety/Physical Campus

    Key Points
    > Wear a mask indoors and in the presence of others on campus.
    > Every student will be issued at least one reusable fabric mask. (See CDC guidance on masks.
    > Classrooms, labs (science and computer), bathrooms, available study/meeting rooms and common areas in residence halls and other buildings, will be cleaned and sanitized on a daily basis.
    > Certain high-traffic areas will be cleaned more frequently.
    > Cleaning supplies (such as wipes and disinfectant) will be available in classrooms and other areas.
    > Hand sanitizer stations will be available in many buildings and areas.
    > Drinking fountains will be turned off (bottle refilling stations may still be used in some locations), so plan for your hydration needs accordingly.

    Will students/faculty/staff be tested or will they be required to have taken the COVID-19 test prior to returning to campus to ensure they are not carriers of the virus?
    We are following USM guidance and are conducting testing of everyone at the beginning of the semester or allowing individuals to provide proof of recent testing.

    Will students be quarantined on campus for the first two weeks upon arriving on campus to prevent the potential spread?
    No. Quarantine is for individuals who have had viral symptoms during the past two weeks or have been actively exposed to someone who has COVID-19. We are following USM guidance and are testing everyone at the beginning of the semester or allowing individuals to provide proof of recent testing.

    Will students be tested before leaving campus at Thanksgiving to make sure they test negative before returning to their families?
    We continue to be in contact with the University System of Maryland regarding our capacity to test students, faculty, and staff. We are currently sending individuals requesting to be tested to the UPMC-Western Maryland medical center. Information from most public health sources indicate it is not generally necessary to test individuals who are not experiencing symptoms.

    What will the availability be of testing for those who think they may be infected?
    Brady Health Center will continue to be available for consultation, triage and treatment. Although we have some capacity to administer testing onsite, we are currently sending individuals requesting to be tested to the UPMC-Western Maryland medical center as recommended by the Allegany County Health Department.

    Will fees be waived to encourage ill students to get tested?
    Students visiting the health center (all students should contact the health center before visiting) always check in regardless if they are being charged a visit fee. Check-in is part of the patient verification process. Patients will be charged a standard visit fee for appointments and reimbursements will be handled case-by-case with guidance from USM regarding COVID-19 evaluation.

    What is the procedure if a student tests positive for COVID-19?
    If a student tests positive, the county health department will be informed, and they will take over at that point, as is their procedure in the case of all reportable contagious diseases. We have reserved rooms at a local hotel for on-campus students who may need to be quarantined. At this point, we are not in the position to guarantee that space would be available for off-campus students.

    What is the procedure for a faculty/staff member becomes sick/tests positive?
    Faculty/staff who are sick will be referred to their primary care provider or local urgent care center for evaluation. They will require self-quarantine pending results and will isolate if positive. The Allegany County Health Department will perform contact tracing for staff/faculty. Faculty/staff will return to work once infectious period has ended, which is determined by the Allegany County Health Department.

    How will contact tracing be performed?
    Contact tracing will be handled by the Allegany County Health Department with assistance as needed from the Brady Health Center.

    Are the cleaning products supplied by facility approved for killing the virus that causes COVID-19?
    The disinfectant spray in bottles is approved for COVID 19 and has a kill time of 10 minutes.  You simply spray it and allow it to dry. No need to wipe so you won't be spreading the germs.

    What are the plans for cleaning computers/computer spaces regularly?
    Frequency and method of cleaning will be based on CDC guidelines and on common best practices specifically for computer equipment.

    What are the plans for cleaning restrooms across campus?
    Bathrooms will be cleaned daily as they currently are when buildings are open for use. FSU housekeepers have been trained to disinfect per CDC guidelines to fight COVID-19. We will be cleaning with an approved COVID-19 disinfectant and we will also be using electrostatic sprayers and misting systems to combat COVID-19. High touch areas will be cleaned frequently.

    What considerations have been made visitors to campus who are not faculty/students/staff?
    Visitors will be required to take part in the online health check-in as well as wear a mask at all times in the presences of others.

    Can classroom spaces have Plexiglas shields?
    Please keep in mind that in most instances, wearing face masks serves as the protective barrier for mitigating risk of infection. In some circumstances, high-volume or high-touch units may need to work with Physical Plant to consider the use of other physical barriers.

    Will there will hand sanitizer stations in all the buildings and or classrooms?
    Yes, in all buildings.

    Will masks be required?
    Wearing of face masks indoors and on campus is required when in the presence of others as part of the social contract agreement that will be acknowledged by faculty, staff, and students prior to reopening. (See CDC guidance on masks.)

    For buildings, are there going to be specified entrances and exits?
    Yes, for some. Signage will help direct traffic "flow" in high-traffic areas.

    Do you anticipate temperature checks at building entrances or something similar?
    We are currently checking the temperatures of University Police, Housekeeping, Maintenance, Health Center and Dining Services staff. These are increased contact positions that should be monitored according to public health standards. There are currently no other plans to monitor temperatures.

    Will there be mandatory COVID-19 safety training for staff, faculty, and students?
    Yes, this will be combined with the social contract acknowledgement prior to reopening.

    How will rules relating to mask wearing and social distancing be enforced (in the classroom and elsewhere)?
    Student Affairs has added public health language to our Code of Student Conduct regarding our expectations for students. This community standards information will be shared with University community as part of a social contract. Obviously, good communication skills with students will be essential, along with more restrictive sanctions for continued violations if appropriate.

    All faculty, staff, and students will be encouraged to agree to expectations for good public health practices included in a social contract that is acknowledged before returning to campus. Faculty and staff will be held to standards established by their employment agreements with Human Resources and students will be accountable through the Code of Student Conduct. We have added "public health" language to our community standards.

    How will social distancing be enforced in open learning areas like labs, breakout spaces, and the tutoring center?
    Student Affairs has added public health language to our Code of Student Conduct regarding our expectations for students. This community standards information will be shared with University community as part of a social contract. Obviously, good communication skills with students will be essential, along with more restrictive sanctions for continued violations if appropriate.

    How will the university deal with large gatherings off campus?
    The Division of Student Affairs has added public health language to our Code of Student Conduct regarding community standards expectations. This information will be shared with students as we get closer to reopening. Additionally, the City of Frostburg also has a civil ordinance regarding Unruly Social Gatherings.

    Considering students will be renting in the area of the school, what will be provided to support and monitor those areas?
    We do not have the ability to control what landlords do or everything that goes on off-campus. But we are moving forward with communication to both landlords and students living off campus about responsible behavior in regard to social distancing and the need to follow the health guidelines from the state and CDC.

    We are in contact with the city officials regularly and are working with landlords to address issues. All students, not just those on campus, will go through a tutorial on the importance of social distancing, good behavior, and set expectations for activity in the classroom and in the community.

    We anticipate most will follow sensible health guidelines, but if there are violations — just like with other issues — we have a Code of Student Conduct that stipulate community standards for students and there are policies in place for disciplinary actions.

    Are students able to go off campus, back and forth to home, have guests?
    Students will be encouraged to limit their trips home for "essential" purposes. With regard to engaging with the local community, students will follow state guidelines for social distancing and use face masks. Guests in the residence halls will be limited to one guest at a time per person, while maintaining social distancing and wearing face masks in public spaces.

    What will the facility have in place for students who go home on weekends and return to school on Sunday?
    The University will recommend that students only return home for essential purposes during the academic term and self-monitor their necessity to seek healthcare or self-isolate.

    What options do international students have regarding cost of treatment?
    International students are required to carry health insurance through the Center for International Education. The Departments of Labor and Treasury issued guidance on April 11, 2020 to health insurance companies regarding coverage for testing and related treatment.

    What will you do in the event of a second wave out break?
    The University will follow the guidelines and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Controls, the State of Maryland, and the University System of Maryland. We will also monitor and assessment several public health measures, including infection and hospitalization rates that may potentially trigger a response to move to more or less restrictive measures.

    What if more cases start being reported?
    We will be working closely with our local, health department, USM and the State of Maryland to stay aware of an increase in cases. We will follow state guidelines identifying the "phase" of reopening the state is in.

    ROADMAP TO RECOVERY WEBSITE

    Will there be additional police/security measures in place in the fall given the current happenings around the world beyond that of the COVID-19 pandemic?
    The University Police, Division of Student Affairs, Dean of Students, and Center for Student Diversity, Equity & Inclusion will work closely with students to make sure there are opportunities to actively engage with our University community in a safer environment.

  • Finances/Tuition/Payments

    How will tuition and fees change this year?
    Tuition, fees and meal plans for the 2020-21 academic year will remain the same as 2019-20 levels.

    Will students have to refile FAFSA if they decide to change their living situations (ex., moving from the residence halls to an off-campus apartment)?
    Students only need to file one FAFSA per academic year. If students change where they are residing during the academic year, they should just send an email to the Financial Aid Office at fsufinaid@frostburg.edu.

    Is CARES Act money available for the Fall 2020 term?
    CARES Act money will be available this fall to help students pay for the difference between the cost of a single room and a double room in the residence halls. A student must apply to get that funding. Details will be sent to eligible students later this summer. Please watch your email inbox.

    If I have questions about my charges or my economic situation has changed since the spring semester, what can I do?
    Students can re-file their FAFSA paperwork based on their new economic circumstances. To find out more, or to inquire about other financial situations, check out our Financial Aid resources here.

    EMERGENCY FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES UPDATE YOUR FAFSA INFORMATION

    Is PAWS Pantry still available for students with food assistance needs?
    Yes. PAWS Pantry provides non-perishable food to ANY FSU student free of charge. The pantry is located at the Braddock House (20 Braddock Rd.) and is open by appointment only, Monday - Thursday, for the summer. Students can email pawspantry@frostburg.edu by noon the day before they would like an appointment. The pantry is not currently open to walk-ins; pre-packed and customizable bag options are being provided, and students are urged to take the food they need for a week.

    PAWS PANTRY WEBSITE

  • Activities and Student Groups

    Will there be an in-person graduation this fall? What are the plans for the postponed May commencement ceremony?
    No decisions have been made yet regarding the postponed May 2020 ceremony. The physical Fall 2020 Commencement Ceremony in December is on hold.

    Are organizations still allowed to meet in person for their weekly meetings?
    Yes, but organizations are encouraged to meet virtually through Webex, Bobcat Connect, and Microsoft Teams. The office of Student Activities & Fraternity and Sorority Life will hold sessions on the 1st week of school on how to effectively manage your organizations. There are limited spaces available on campus and can be requested through the EMS Web App.

    How will we be able to run clubs/activities? We will need to find larger rooms or impose ½ of the club to "club from home"?
    Organizations will continue to register their organizations on Bobcat Connect. Organizations are encouraged to meet virtually through Webex, Bobcat Connect, and Microsoft Teams. The office of Student Activities & Fraternity and Sorority Life will hold virtual training sessions on the 1st week of school on how to effectively manage your organizations. Additionally, authorized representatives of Recognized Student Organizations whom can request space on campus will be required to complete an online training module on "Event Planning 101" prior to their reservations for meetings and events being approved with the EMS Web App. This training will go live on July 15 and individuals will be notified via email to complete the training, if applicable to them.

    Will student orgs still be able to hold events? Just with limited audience?
    We will be following event guidance from federal, state, and local health officials as well as applicable Executive Orders from Governor Hogan's office and the University. This will include applicable limits in the number of attendees to ensure social distancing as well as compliance with a set limit of persons present at a gathering. For Recognized Student Organizations, events will be limited to occurring in CCIT/Gira 397, Lane University Center, PE Center, and Performing Arts Center. This limitation on venues allows for enhanced cleaning and sanitizing of spaces on campus with high usage. Additionally, the Faculty/Staff advisor must be present for the duration of the event.

    What happens to performances if we are not yet in phase 3? How do we plan workload for this possibility? How do we comply with CDC Guidelines in theatres?
    We will be following event guidance from federal, state, and local health officials as well as applicable Executive Orders from Governor Hogan's office and the University. Faculty and staff will develop plans to allow for in-person events, virtual events, and/or a combination of the two so that we can quickly respond to changes in guidance or Executive Order. Current guidance includes, but is not limited to, requiring social distancing of six (6) feet spacing between individuals, in any direction.

    What will happen with Theater productions?
    Events may be permitted to continue within the confines of guidance issued by federal, state, and local health officials as well as applicable Executive Orders from Governor Hogan's office. Discussions are ongoing with performing arts faculty. 

    What about concerts and events?
    We anticipate being able to offer some level of events during the fall semester. We will follow all state and USM guidelines, as well as our own guidelines currently under development. Watch for more information as the fall semester approaches and once classes resume. For updates concerning events and activities, sign up for Spotlight Online, our weekly newsletter and check the Events website.

    SIGN UP FOR SPOTLIGHT ONLINE EVENTS CALENDAR

  • ADA/Accommodations

    How can students with underlying health conditions navigate through campus safely?
    For students, faculty and staff seeking adjustments to classes or work that are outside of the boundaries of the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (ADA/504), and online portal has been set up for those requests. The portal and more information can be found at this link.

    Standard ADA/504 requests are still being processed. Find information here www.frostburg.edu/compliance or email Ben Brauer at btbrauer@frostburg.edu.

    In a social distancing classroom, how will preferential seating accommodations be met? 
    The number of students in each class will be adjusted, and classrooms will be reconfigured to provide distancing and other safeguards. This may include selected seating being removed or blocked off. Options will be available for this seeking accommodation.

    How will students with IEPs and other mental illnesses be accommodated?
    Students should use the existing process through the DSS Office. Details regarding this office and the services and supports provided can be found on the DSS website.

    DSS website

    How will medical and ADA exceptions work within all the safety and health guidance?
    Students, faculty and staff should use the existing process for requesting ADA accommodations. The process begins with the individual making a request, using the online form. If your concern is related to COVID-19, please fill out the request and your concern will be directed to the COVID-19 Health and Safety Request Team.

    Request ADA accommodations

  • Athletics

    What is the plan for athletics at this point?
    The Mountain East Conference (MEC) has announced an updated plan for fall sports. All fall sports have been postponed until the spring semester. The conference continues to work to define Countable Athletic Related Activities (CARA), which include practice and strength and conditioning parameters. Specifc details have been shared with student-athletes via email and their coaches. Players should continue to reach out to their coaches for updates.

    I'm an athlete on one of the teams here at Frostburg. Who can I reach out to about the status of my team?
    Contact your coach directly.

    I'm interested in attending games this fall. How do I find out about attendance requirements?
    The fall sports season has been postponed until spring by the MEC (see link in question above). Further updates will be posted to the athletics website.

    ATHLETICS WEBSITE

Additional Employee FAQ Documents


Do your part

The safety of our community depends on simple day-to-day actions to reduce transmission. Our safe return to campus relies on everyone doing their part.

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Wear a Mask

You can carry the virus even if you feel healthy. Wear a mask to protect others and they'll wear a mask to protect you.

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Wash Your Hands

When possible, wash hands for at least 20 seconds. If washing isn't possible, used hand-sanitizer.

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Sanitize Surfaces

Clean and disinfect high-contact surfaces such as door knobs and light switches.

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Monitor Your Symptoms

Know the symptoms and monitor your health. If you feel sick, stay home.