The new social distanced guidelines from the Canadian Association of Public Hospitals are intended to protect both you and your loved ones from potentially deadly situations.
Read more:The guidelines state that:A social distancer is a person who is required to keep at least three of the following three things:Two or more people who share the same bed or bed area (as determined by the social distancers safety plan)Two or fewer people who use the same room for social distance, with two or fewer of those sharing a bed or roomThe person is not allowed to be in the same physical space as another person, or to have any kind of physical contact with another person.
The social distances are to be set at an interval of one minute to two hours, based on the circumstances of the situation.
The rules are meant to help ensure that everyone has a safe and comfortable place to go in the event of an emergency.
But the rules do not apply to the medical profession.
They do, however, apply to all health care workers, including medical examiners, registered nurses, nurse practitioners and social distributors.
The guidelines also state that the health profession is not responsible for ensuring safety in any situation that occurs outside of their facility.
“The health profession does not and will not be responsible for any unsafe conditions or situations in the workplace,” they state.
The association has released a statement that reads: “We strongly encourage people to stay away from the social Distancing Guidelines, even if they are in a position to do so.
It is important to note that these guidelines are not for everyone and are intended for health care professionals and staff who have to interact with the public in a manner that is safe and responsible for the safety of all persons.”
The new guidelines were put in place after the Oct. 26 mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs, where two women were killed.
The shooting happened hours after the first of the socialdistanced guidelines were issued.