Updated: March 13, 2020

There is a TON of information, speculation, knowledge being shared and even panic spreading with the coronavirus being a part of our day to day life.  Here we want to be able to share some INFORMATION – which can be off from what some folks are doing when they are just looking for CONFIRMATION, or a path that leads to their narrative that the end of the world is coming.  We understand that the virus is a real threat.  For those in the categories where the coronavirus can be a real health concern or can be fatal – we understand the need to take high levels of precaution.

At Coach Rozy Performance we are taking extra steps to make sure we are keeping our environment and the people we work with as safe and healthy as possible!

To help with keeping healthy, safe, fit and doing your best; we wanted to share the following information on PREVENTIVE MEASURES: You can print off the information sheet below.

CORONAVIRUS guide for elevation nation-2

Preventive Measures

Since no vaccine exists to protect against COVID-19, public health experts recommend the following preventive measures:

  • Wash hands frequently. Wash hands thoroughly and often, either with soap and water for 20 seconds or with a 60% alcohol-based rub, to kill any viruses on your hands. Hand dryers alone are not effective at killing COVID-19. For effective hand-washing practices.
  • Avoid touching your face. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands, as any virus on hands from a touched surface can enter the body through the eyes, nose or mouth, according to current information.
  • Maintain social distance. Keep a distance of at least 3 feet between you and apparently healthy persons and stay 6 feet away if a person is coughing or sneezing (WHO 2020).
  • Limit contact. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. If you’re sick with respiratory symptoms like a fever, runny nose and/or cough, stay home. Seek medical advice if your condition worsens with a high fever and/or difficulty breathing.
  • Cough into an elbow or a tissue. Cover coughs with a tissue or cough into an elbow. Dispose of tissues immediately in a covered bin and wash hands with warm, soapy water. Wash clothing into which you cough. It is unknown how long the virus can live on hard and soft surfaces. According to the WHO, coronaviruses may survive on surfaces for a few hours or up to several days. The best way to ensure that surfaces you touch are germ-free is to clean them with a disinfectant.


  • This information is not intended to take the place of medical advice – and you need to keep up-to-date on the newest information and medical guidelines that are being put out.  This information is intended to be used as a personal guide for Coach Rozy Members and Athletes.

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