PROTECT

Do's and Don'ts

  • I've been told to isolate or quarantine. How do I protect myself and those around me while at home?

DO

  • Limit interaction with those around you. Xổ số muôn nămStay in a separate room, like a bedroom, away from others in your home. Use a different bathroom if you can.

    Wear a mask or cloth face covering. Xổ số muôn nămMake sure it covers your nose and mouth. Remember to stay 6 feet away from people and pets. People who are near you should also wear a mask or cloth face covering that covers their nose and mouth.

    Use meal or grocery delivery services when possible or ask family and friends for help.

    Clean and disinfect things you touch, like light switches, doorknobs, tables and remotes.

    Wash your hands often. Use soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If you do not have soap and water, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

    Cover cough and sneezes.Xổ số muôn năm Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue, then wash your hands.

    Consider people living with you. Xổ số muôn nămIf you live with someone with health conditions, think about whether there are other places you can stay while you get well. 

DON'T

  • Don’t leave home, unless you need medical care.

    Don’t share personal items. Things like dishes, towels, and bedding should not be shared, even with family.

    Don’t use public transportation, if you have another choice. 

Protect

Resources & Assistance

Resources and Assistance

  • Xổ số muôn nămAccess resources in your local community, like housing and financial assistance, including COVID-specific resources like meal delivery.

  • Apply for state benefits including healthcare coverage, food assistance, child care support, and emergency financial support.

  • Michigan Stay Well

    Access free, confidential and readily available mental health counseling and resources.

  • Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency

    Apply for unemployment assistance while in isolation or quarantine.

  • MI Safe Start

    Get the latest updates of COVID-19 resources for employees and employers.

  • Access senior services like meal delivery, home health care, counseling, and case management.

  • Connect to a community agency that helps you access local resources such as food assistance, utility and rental assistance, employment counseling, and more. 

  • Visit your local Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).

  • Michigan Public Service Commission PDF icon

    Xổ số muôn nămLearn more about energy assistance and shut-off protections.

MI Symptoms App