Homeward Health: Keeping Your Place Safe and Sanitized

March 18, 2020
You and your family are hunkered down at home, washing your hands whenever you return from going out and various times in between. But could you do more to help keep your living space safe and coronavirus-free?

Yes, you can. It’s important to sanitize frequently touched places—we’re talking about doorknobs, countertops, phones, and light switches—on a daily basis.

And it’s also crucial to know what to do if you or someone you live with becomes ill. Call our Coronavirus Hotline, 317-325-COVD (2683), or email us at The hotline is open 24/7. Clinical personnel from Hancock Health, who can schedule appointments, are monitoring both the hotline and the email address.

Here are a few more tips about what to do at home:

Concerned? Call us 317-325-COVD (2683). We’re committed to making health possible—now more than ever.

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