LCDA walks with you through these unprecedented times. The COVID – 19 virus places challenging moments to our community, State, Nation and world populations. The reaction we take today will dictate results in the future. Therefore, if you walk away with only one thought out of this message is to please focus on erring on the side of caution.
There are many sites with advise on how to react to the virus, symptoms and day-to-day living. We suggest listening to the exports at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as well as following their suggestions. LCDA will continue reacting to their advise.
For now, understanding that changes can and will continue to happen based on data, we will maintain our services available. They may look differently, but still deployed with the same professional flare. If closing our facilities and/or access to the staff occurs, we will let you know.
The following practices are suggested:
1- We ask that if you experience any at risk flu-like symptoms, you stay away from the LCDA building and staff. Please seek medical attention immediately.
2- Follow the CDC procedures and guidelines
3- Practice social distancing to avoid spreading the virus
4- Stay tone to the latest information on the virus through the media – that includes all sources of social media as well
5- Don’t panic, try to stay calm, and find ways to lower your anxiety.
Feel free to call the Agency at 405/236-0701.
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