You might be asking yourself, “Why is a marketing agency providing information on the COVID-19 pandemic?”
It’s all about the greater good.
We have the amazing luck of serving clients who provide life-saving and life-changing care. Our ties to the healthcare industry give us a unique perspective on the impact of this rapidly changing situation. We stand behind the missions of the health care brands we work with and their aim to make the world a healthier place.
Our company believes in looking out for one another. This moment is an opportunity to be more considerate of everyone around us. While you might not fall into a high-risk group, the people you come into contact with might. They may themselves have an underlying medical condition or may care for someone who is likely to experience poor outcomes if infected. Rather than panic or fear, we encourage you to act out of care for your fellow humans.
Below, you can learn more about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s tips for staying healthy, as well as resources that can provide you with the latest news and information. We hope this helps you stay well and stay informed
Here’s an overview of effective and easy-to-complete steps that the CDC recommends for illness prevention:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Stay home if you’re sick.
- Cover coughs and sneezes.
- Wear a facemask if you are sick.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily.
We invite you to protect yourself and others by exploring their full list of recommendations.
As you search for the most accurate updates and latest developments, we hope you’ll join us in looking to the experts:
If you read an article or see a social post that doesn’t cite a source, don’t be afraid to double-check its contents. Utilize a fact-checking resource, seek out other stories posted by the account or site, and don’t be afraid to research claims made.
What We’re Doing
Brand Buddha recognizes the role that we play in keeping our community safe. In an effort to protect our employees, our clients, and our neighbors throughout Orange County, we are following both existing and new procedures.
First, we continue to encourage healthy habits in our offices. We have always advised employees to stay home when sick. We continue to remind our team to practice healthy habits like frequent hand-washing, covering coughs and sneezes, and other actions from the CDC’s list above.
Second, we’re monitoring travel for both personal and professional purposes by our team. We’re asking employees to make us aware of travel plans and to be aware of the CDC’s risk rating for certain destinations. Even at a local level, we’re practicing caution when scheduling external face-to-face meetings or events.
Finally, we’re remaining adaptable. As this situation progresses and more information is available, we are prepared to modify our processes.
In these trying times, be good to one another. We can keep our community safe together.