Routinely disinfecting surfaces such as counter tops, doorknobs and frequently touched surfaces
Providing hand sanitizer at service points for patrons to use
Sending employees home who show signs of illness
Allowing employees to return to work only after being free of symptoms and fever for 24 hours
Instructing employees to use respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene.
While the immediate risk of COVID-19 is believed to be low at this time, we encourage you to follow the advice and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) websites. They provide information for travelers, businesses, and healthcare providers about how the virus spreads, its symptoms and how to protect yourself.
What can you do?
Practice illness prevention. This means staying home when you or your child is feeling sick, washing your hands often and effectively, covering a cough or sneeze with your elbow, and seeking healthcare when it is medically necessary
Get immunized against the flu. This will relieve what could be a highly impacted healthcare system
Confirm news you hear about COVID-19 by checking official websites, such as the CDC and Texas DSHS.
The library has been in contact with The City of Wimberley and WISD and will share any information they announce about the virus.