HOW TO CHOOSE AND USE THE PERFECT HAND SANITIZER!
To prevent the spread of germs especially COVID 19, wash your hands
well for 15-20 seconds with soap and water. This reduces the germ load
on your hands. However if soap and water are not available, using a
hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol can prevent you from getting
sick or spreading germs to others.
Choose a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol and any of these
types of alcohol listings are acceptable active ingredients: ethanol,
ethyl alcohol, isopropanol or 2 propanol. Do not chose one that says
alcohol free or one with methanol. Please read and follow the
directions for use. Do not purchase hand sanitizer in a bottle that
resembles a food or drink container as eating or drinking hand sanitizer
could lead to injury or death.
To use the hand sanitizer, place about a teaspoon of the gel or
liquid in your hand and completely cover your hands, fingers and wrists
with the product. Continue to rub all areas until completely dry. Do
not rub excess on clothing or paper towels. Please keep your hands out
of your eyes once you have used it. Store hand sanitizer away from
small children and memory impaired elderly. Do not keep hand sanitizer
in your car in the summer as it will be deactivated and not provide the
cleaning power you are expecting.
HAVE YOU BEEN FULLY VACCINATED?
People are considered fully vaccinated when:
* it has been 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2 dose series such
as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines
* it has been 2 weeks after a single dose vaccine such as the Johnson
and Johnson's vaccine
If it has been less than 2 weeks since your 1 dose shot or if you still
need to get your second dose of a 2 dose vaccine, you are NOT fully
We are still learning how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID 19.
After you've been fully vaccinated against COVID 19, you should keep
taking precautions in public places such as wearing a mask, staying 6
feet apart from others, washing your hands and avoiding crowds and
poorly ventilated spaces until we know more. Please protect yourself
Have a blessed day!
Pastor Bruce Bouchard