Staying Safe in Aggieland
If you asked anyone a year ago if they thought wearing a mask on campus would be normal and the majority of their classes would be through zoom, the answer would be no. After last semester was cut short, I think we can all agree it's pretty nice being back on the campus we know and love.
That being said, there’s a new responsibility amongst all of us to stay safe, wear our masks, and social distance. We have been given the opportunity to be back, so we need to make the most of it while maintaining safe practices!
1. Wearing a Mask:
It might not be the most comfortable thing in the world, but it is one of the most essential things when it comes to staying healthy and not spreading germs. Since it is required, you might as well make it stylish. Check out some of our newest masks here
, and make sure you're swapping them out daily in addition to washing them.
2. Wash/Sanitize Your Hands:
It’s pretty evident that everything we touch has been previously touched by someone else, especially when on campus. This is a great reason to carry around hand sanitizer
so you can make sure you're being safe while in the presence of others. This Zoono sanitizer
protects your hands from germs for up to 24 hours even after washing your hands. Also, if you’re living with roommates, this Microbe Shield Antimicrobial Spray
can help eliminate germs on commonly used surfaces.
3. Social Distance:
This is an imperative step in helping reduce cases of COVID-19, so make sure you’re doing your part to help slow the spread. The canceling of in person classes again is the last thing anyone wants, so do your part in following the suggested guidelines.
Maintain healthy habits and stay safe this semester, Ags!