Jere COVID-19 : Pi bon Pratik pou Agribiznis

The virus that causes COVID-19

COVID-19 simaye l sitou pa kontak dirèk moun ak moun, oswa si pandan yon moun ap touse oubyen pale postiyon krache a ki deja gen viris la kontamine yon sifas epi yon moun ki ansante manyen kote sa a. Pandan ke pifò magazen manje ak ekipman kontinye fonksyone pandan maladi a ap simaye ak lòt ijans, kèk mezi prevantif ka pran pou pwoteje sante anplwaye yo ak kliyan yo.
This new 2-page publication of the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department is the Haitian Creole translation of FSHN20-27, Handling COVID-19: Best Practices for Agribusiness. Written by Tom Maddox and Laurel Dunn (both of the University of Georgia) and translated by Emmanuel Duvalsaint.
https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs381

Handling COVID-19: Best Practices for Agribusiness

The virus that causes COVID-19

COVID-19 is spread primarily via close person-to-person contact, or when virus-containing droplets expelled during coughing or talking contaminate a surface that is later touched by a healthy individual. While most feed and supply stores continue to operate during disease outbreaks and other emergencies, preventive steps can be taken to protect the health of employees and customers. The original version of this flyer was published at https://foodsafety.ces.ncsu.edu/covid-19-resources/. Written by Tom Maddox and Laurel Dunn (University of Georgia) and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.
https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs369