Florida Printable Free Coronavirus Notice Posters Florida Coronavirus Underlying Conditions Poster

The Coronavirus Underlying Conditions Poster is a Florida coronavirus notice poster provided for businesses by the Florida Department Of Economic Opportunity. This is an optional notification, so while it is recommended that businesses hang this poster if relevant to their employees, it is not required by the Department Of Economic Opportunity.

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Flo rid a  Depa rtmen t o f H ealt h   •   F lo rid aH ealt hCOVID. go v	
C O V I D -
& Chronic or Underlying Health Conditions	
People with chronic or underlying 
health conditions are more likely to 
become very sick from COVID-. If 
you have one or more of these 
conditions, be extra careful.
 Moderate to severe asthma or chronic lung disease
 Heart disease
 Chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis
 Liver disease
 Autoimmune disease
 Weakened immune system because of smoking, bone marrow 
or organ transplantation, cancer treatment, poorly controlled 
HIV or AIDS, or prolonged use of corticosteroids and other 
immune weakening medications
 Severe obesit y (BMI greater than )
Wash your hands  often with soap and 
water for at least  seconds. If soap and 
water aren’t available, use a hand sanitizer 
that contains at least % alcohol.
Avoid touching your face  with unwashed 
Clean objects or surfaces daily  that people touch a lot: door 
knobs, kitchen counters, key pads, etc.
Cover your coughs and sneezes with the inside of your elbow or 
use a tissue.
Protect your family from getting sick.  Stay in a separate room 
from others and avoid sharing personal items. Learn more at the 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Get Your Home 
Ready page (https://tinyurl.com/vuf).
Practice Social Distancing:
 Stay home as much as possible.
 Stay away from people who are sick or those who have been sick 
in the past two weeks.
 Shop during off-hours when crowds at stores are smaller.
 Avoid crowds and gatherings of  or more people.
 Keep at least  feet between you and other people.
 Avoid touching “high-touch” public surfaces.
 Wear cloth face coverings in public places. Take care of your health:
 Make sure your vaccinations, including your 
flu shot, are up to date.
 Take your medications on time and as 
 Measure your blood pressure if you have 
 Test your blood sugar if you have diabetes.
 Use telemedicine/telehealth for medical visits if your insurance 
offers it.
 Make healthier choices every day: quit tobacco, be more 
physically active and eat healthy meals and snacks
Stock up on – weeks of non-perishable food, prescriptions 
and medical and health care supplies.
Create a contact list  of family, friends, neighbors, health care 
providers, community assistance programs and drivers, and let 
them know you may need them for help if you become sick.
Talk to your health care provider about special 
arrangements  if you depend on regular medical treatment like 
dialysis, wound care, etc.
Stay up to date with state and local guidance at 
FloridaHealthCOVID.gov and CDC travel guidance at 
Protection Care	
If you have fever, cough or shortness 
of breath, stay home and contact 
your health care provider.
Don't go to work or school. 
Get rest and stay hydrated.  If you are not sick 
enough to be hospitalized you can recover at home. 
Monitor your symptoms.  If your symptoms get worse, call your 
health care provider immediately.
Seek medical attention immediately  if you develop any of the 
 Trouble breathing
 Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
 New confusion or inability to arouse
 Bluish lips or face	
Florida Health Office of Communications --
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention	
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