PHILADELPHIA — If you’re living in a crowded apartment in a city where there’s no walk-in, a walk-out is a possibility.
You can stay in a hotel room.
But the problem with that is that you’re going to be exposed to more germs than you’d like.
If the Philadelphia area is any indication, this is a problem that has spread to some other parts of the country.
And now we’re getting the news from Philly that the city has put in place a “biohazard” plan.
The plan, which the city released this week, is designed to identify and treat people who come into contact with people who are living with people with respiratory illnesses.
It says that it will make contact with respiratory infections as a first step, but the city also said that people who develop respiratory illnesses should stay away from any close family members.
It will also limit the time they spend in the room and the number of times they are in the same room as someone who is infected.
The city said it’s also going to help people with chronic conditions who are at high risk of having a respiratory illness.
The city’s biohazard plan is designed for a population that is at high-risk of contracting respiratory illnesses, such as seniors, the disabled, people with heart disease, people who have asthma, people living in low-income housing, and people with HIV or a history of HIV infection.
It was announced Monday that the plan would be implemented on Jan. 4.
Its main goal is to ensure that everyone is well-prepared to respond to an emergency, said Emily Ruggiero, a spokeswoman for the Philadelphia Department of Health.
She said there will be additional precautions for people in areas with high concentrations of people with infectious diseases.
There will be extra staffing at community health clinics and the city will provide transportation to and from the area.
She also said the city is working with a network of health care providers and hospitals to provide training and guidance.
She said the plan will be in place for three years and will help keep people safe, and it will be up to the Philadelphia Health Department to determine how to implement the plan.
The plan is a response to the outbreak of respiratory illnesses that have spread throughout the country, including a new strain of coronavirus that is still not fully contained.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are about 13,500 cases of respiratory illness in the U.S. and an additional 3,000 deaths.
The latest data shows that in 2016 there were an estimated 1,872 deaths linked to respiratory illness, including nearly 100 deaths from coronaviruses.
Some health experts and experts on respiratory diseases are concerned that this outbreak has raised concerns that the virus has become more contagious.
But Ruggie said that the health department is not worried about this pandemic spreading beyond its first few states.
“We are working closely with the federal government and our partners to try and prevent this from happening again,” she said.
“We are very aware that there is concern and concern about this outbreak, and we are working on addressing that.”
We will keep you updated as we learn more about the outbreak, Ruggiersaid.