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The Coronavirus - What Can You Do? is a Michigan health notice poster provided for businesses by the Michigan Department Of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. 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 Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

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CORONAVIRUS	WHAT CAN YOU DO?	
What is COVID-19 Coronavirus?
Coronavirus is a respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China, and believed to have initially spread from animals to 
humans but now is spreading from person-to-person contact. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 
(CDC), it’s unclear how easily or sustainably this virus is spreading between people. Typically, respiratory viruses are most 
contagious when an individual is most symptomatic, but there have been reports of the virus spreading when the affected 
individual does not show any symptoms.	
HOW IT SPREADS / SYMPTOMS	
COVID-19 Coronavirus Spreads:
• 	The virus primarily spreads via respiratory droplets 
produced when an infected person sneezes or coughs.	
• 	It spreads between people who are in close contact 
(within about 6 feet).	
Symptoms may appear in as few as 2 days to as 
long as 14 days after exposure:
• 	Fever, cough and/or shortness of breath	
PREVENTION	
Currently there is no vaccine for COVID-19. The best measure is to avoid coming in contact with the virus:
• 	Wash hands	 with soap and water for at least 20 seconds 	
or use an alcohol based hand sanitizer that contains 60-
95% alcohol when water and soap are not available.	
• 	Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with 
unwashed hands.	
• 	Stay home if sick.	
• 	Clean and disinfect	 objects and surfaces that have been 	
touched (counters, doorknobs, toilets, phones, etc.).	
PREVENTION
MONITORING	
Keeping Employees Safe: What to do if an employee shows flu-like symptoms
• 	It is highly recommended that any employees who are showing flu-like symptoms should be excluded from the 
operation until they are symptom free.	
Keeping Customer Safe: What to do if a customer shows flu like symptoms in the restaurant
• 	Provide the customer with additional napkins or tissues to use when they cough or sneeze	
• 	Make sure alcohol-based hand sanitizer is available for customers to use	
• 	Be sure to clean and sanitize any objects or surfaces that may have been touched	
According to the CDC, the spread of COVID-19 occurs when people are in close contact (less than 6 feet) with an infected 
person. Some basic steps that could be taken are:
Bodily Fluid Event: What to do if there is a bodily fluid event 
• 	Ensure the employee who is cleaning up the area is using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)	
• 	Segregate the area that has been contaminated	
• 	Dispose of any food that has been exposed	
• 	Ensure any utensils that might have been exposed are cleaned and sanitized	
• 	Frequently clean and sanitize the area to include the floor, walls and any other objects contaminated by the incident	
• 	Properly dispose any of the equipment that was used to clean up the area	
If a customer or employee 	vomits or has diarrhea	 it is recommended (AT THIS TIME) that the operations follows protocols 	
that are in place for Norovirus be used
For additional recommendations and resources, please visit 
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus	
• 	Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing 
with a tissue, then immediately dispose of the tissue 
and 	wash hands	 for at least 20 seconds..	
• 	It’s currently flu and respiratory disease season and 
CDC recommends getting a flu vaccine, taking everyday 
preventive actions to help stop the spread of germs, 
and taking flu antivirals if prescribed.	
• 	The CDC does not recommend the routine use 
of respirators (facemasks): 	https://www.cdc.gov/	
coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/respirator-use-faq.html	 	
updated 3/3/20	
For people who are ill with COVID-19, please follow CDC 
guidance on how to reduce the risk of spreading your 
illness to others: 	https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-	
ncov/about/steps-when-sick.html

CORONAVIRUS	¿QUÉ PUEDE HACER?	
¿Qué es el Coronavirus COVID-19?
El coronavirus es una enfermedad respiratoria detectada por primera vez en Wuhan, China, y se cree que se propagó 
inicialmente de animales a humanos, pero ahora se está extendiendo por medio de contacto de persona a persona. Según 
los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC), no está claro con qué facilidad o continuidad se está 
propagando este virus entre las personas. Por lo general, los virus respiratorios son más contagiosos cuando el individuo 
es más sintomático, pero ha habido informes de que el virus se propaga cuando el individuo afectado no muestra ningún 
síntoma.	
CÓMO SE PROPAGA / SÍNTOMAS	
El Coronavirus COVID-19 se propaga:
• 	El virus se propaga principalmente a través de partículas 
respiratorias producidas cuando la persona infectada 
estornuda o tose.	
• 	Se propaga entre personas que están en contacto 
cercano (dentro de aproximadamente 6 pies).	
Los síntomas pueden aparecer en tan solo 2 días y 
hasta 14 días después que la persona estuvo expuesta:
• 	Fiebre, tos y/o dificultad para respirar.	
PREVENTION	
Actualmente no existe una vacuna para COVID-19. La mejor medida es evitar entrar en contacto con el virus:
• 	Lávese las manos	 con agua y jabón durante al menos 20 	
segundos o use un desinfectante de manos a base de 
alcohol que contenga 60-95% de alcohol cuando no haya 
agua ni jabón disponibles.	
• 	Evite tocarsese los ojos, la nariz y la boca con las manos 
sin lavar.	
• 	Quédese en casa si está enfermo.	
• 	Limpie y desinfecte	 objetos y superficies que han sido 	
tocados (mostradores, picaportes de puertas, retretes, 
teléfonos, etc.).	
• 	Cubrase la nariz y la boca al toser y estornudar con un 	
PREVENCIÓN
MONITOREO	
Mantener a los empleados seguros: Qué hacer si un empleado muestra síntomas similares a los de la gripe (flu)
• 	Es muy recomendable que cualquier empleado que muestre síntomas similares a los de la gripe debe ser excluido del 
establecimiento hasta que esté libre de síntomas.	
Mantener seguros a los clientes: Qué hacer si un cliente muestra síntomas similares a la gripe en el restaurante
• 	Proporcionar al cliente servilletas o pañuelos desechables adicionales para que usen al toser o estornudar	
• 	Asegurarse de que haya desinfectante de manos a base de alcohol disponible para el uso de los clientes	
• 	Asegurarse de limpiar y desinfectar cualquier objeto o superficie que la gente haya tocado	
Según los CDC, la propagación de COVID-19 ocurre cuando las personas están en contacto cercano (menos de 6 pies) con 
una persona infectada. Algunas medidas básicas que se podrían tomar son:
En caso de fluido corporal: Qué hacer si hay un caso de fluido corporal
• 	Asegúrese de que el empleado que está limpiando el área está utilizando el Equipo de Protección Personal (PPE)	
• 	Separe el área que ha sido contaminada	
• 	Deseche cualquier alimento que haya sido expuesto	
• 	Asegúrese de que los utensilios que podrían haber sido expuestos se limpien y desinfecten	
• 	Limpie y desinfecte con frecuencia el área, incluya el piso, las paredes y cualquier otro objeto contaminado por el 
incidente	
• 	Deseche adecuadamente cualquier equipo que se utilizó para limpiar el área	
Si un cliente o empleado 	vomita o tiene diarrea	 se recomienda (EN ESTE MOMENTO) que los establecimientos sigan los 	
protocolos que están en vigor para el Norovirus
Para obtener recomendaciones y recursos adicionales, visite 	 	
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus	
pañuelo desechable, luego deseche inmediatamente 
el pañuelo y 	lávese las manos	 durante al menos 20 	
segundos.	
• 	Actualmente es temporada de gripe y enfermedades 
respiratorias y los CDC recomiendan vacunarse contra 
la gripe (flu), tomar medidas preventivas diarias para 
ayudar a detener la propagación de gérmenes y tomar 
antivirales para la gripe si son recetados.	
• 	Los CDC no recomiendan el uso rutinario de 
respiradores (máscaras faciales): 	https://www.cdc.gov/	
coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/respirator-use-faq.html	 	
actualizado 3/3/20	
Para las personas que están enfermas con COVID-19, siga las 
instrucciones de los CDC sobre cómo reducir el riesgo de 
propagación de la enfermedad a otras personas: 	https://www.	
cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/steps-when-sick.html

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