WHY

Flattening the curve by keeping people safe in place

The new reality of COVID-19 brings new concepts – such as “flattening the curve.” What do we mean by this? To flatten the curve means to lower the number of new cases of COVID-19 by doing things like self-isolation, frequent handwashing, and avoiding touching our face. To help keep our healthcare providers and facilities from being overwhelmed, we must do all we can to keep people safe and healthy where they live.

Project SAFE@HOME

aims to accomplish this through in-home monitoring to diagnose and manage any symptoms you may have. This way you can avoid going to the emergency room unless it’s absolutely necessary.

Using social distancing as a way to reduce the rate of transmission

You’ve probably heard a lot about social distancing – keeping at least 6 feet away from others when you’re out and about. It can make a real difference.
Social distancing:
  • Prevents new infections
  • Helps buy time to develop treatments and/or vaccines
  • Reduces very real and personal devastation for those who been affected by COVID-19