Domestic Assistants- Keep them safe and healthy!

This COVID 19 pandemic has caused many an upheaval in our lives, right from oWfH (overWorking from Home) to the Lockdown . This disruption to our lives, when many of us wielded the spatula and the frypan, the broom and the dustpan, possibly for the first time, highlighted the role of the missing person – Our Domestic Assistants! One truly appreciated the support that had been given silently over the years by these good people who assist us in our daily lives.

In these pandemic times, with Physical Distancing, Masking and Sanitization being the only measures we have to rely on to safeguard ourselves and our loved ones, the question often asked is what can we do, to have our cake and eat it too.

It is an inescapable fact that those who assist us and keep the house in order, reside in conditions of overcrowding, with questionable hygiene and poor sanitation. We may choose to pretend otherwise.

Have a look-see at these posters specifically designed to be practical. Do what you must, and do what you can.

As usual, please share freely, comment , connect directly with me. Ask for any specific inputs or suggestions.

Stay safe! Remain well!


Published by Delta Zulu Consultancy

I am a Public Health Specialist with a passion for sustainable promotion of human co-existence with the environment! My areas of interest and expertise are Health Risk Communication and Community Engagement, Food Safety, Environmental Medicine and Mass Gathering Medicine. I believe in leveraging the power of technology to capture the imagination of people to inspire them to achieve their health potential, in a sustainable manner. I aspire to empower my partners and motivate stake holders to consistently seek 'work around' solutions, while hoping to achieve an utopian ideal balance.

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