Self-isolation and Social Distancing

Self-isolating and Social Distancing? & need some inspiration on what to do? Heres a few: Nexflix Binge Reading books Baking Creating a blog Home exercises Board games Hobbys; painting, playing music etc Sort through wardrobes Relax; skin care, hair masks etc Video gaming Yoga and Meditation

Self-isolating and social distancing? & need some inspiration on what to do? Heres a few:

  • Nexflix Binge

  • Reading books

  • Baking 

  • Creating a blog

  • Home exercises 

  • Board games 

  • Hobbys; painting, playing music etc

  • Sort through wardrobes

  • Relax; skin care, hair masks etc

  • Video gaming

  • Yoga and Meditation 

  • Spring clean

  • Paint and create something

  • DO the things you haven't had time for! 

  • Video chatting with your friends and family

What is the differences between self-isolating and social distancing?

Social Distancing:

Social distancing means trying to avoid contact with other people.

It means spending less time in public places, where a lot of people are around.

The government wants:

  • People to start working from home wherever possible

  • All unnecessary travel stopped

  • Pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues to be avoided

  • Anyone living with someone who has a cough or a temperature to stay at home for 14 days

 

Self-Isolating: 

Self-isolating means cutting yourself off from the rest of the world.From now on, if one person in a household starts to display flu-like symptoms - defined as a fever of above 37.8C or a persistent cough - everyone living there must stay at home for 14 days.


How do you decide whether or not to self-isolate?

We have linked the list from the Public Health England's guidelines, list the most common symptoms as a fever and/or a continuous cough. 




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