1.First, understand how the virus spreads
Currently, there is no vaccine against the new coronavirus (new coronary pneumonia)
The best way to prevent disease is to avoid exposure to viruses
This virus is generally considered to spread mainly from person to person
Keep the distance between two close contact points (about 6 feet)
Droplets from coughing, sneezing or talking
The droplets can fly into the mouth or nose of nearby people, and even be inhaled into the lungs
Recent studies have shown that the new crown pneumonia virus can also be transmitted among asymptomatic infections.
2. Everyone should wash hands frequently
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you leave a public place or cough or sneeze
Critical moments for hand washing:
After leaving a public place
After wiping the nose, coughing or sneezing
After handling the mask
After taking care of the patient
If soap and water are not prepared, use a hands-free disinfectant containing at least 60% alcohol. Apply it on your hands and rub each other until it dries
Do not touch the eyes, mouth and nasal cavity with unwashed hands.
3.Keep a relatively safe distance
Family: avoid close contact with patients
Try to keep 6 feet away from patients and their families
Time away from home: Keep 6 feet away from people who don’t live with you
Please remember that some asymptomatic people may also spread this virus
For people at high risk of serious diseases, keeping a distance from others is particularly important.
4. Wear masks, gloves and other protective equipment when going out
Even if you are not sick, you may spread COVID-19
Masks are used to protect others and prevent yourself from being infected
Children under 2 years old or people who have difficulty breathing, are unconscious, unable or helpless cannot wear a mask
Please wear gloves when in close contact with public facilities, and be careful to throw them into the trash when taking off.
5.cleaning and disinfection
Keep clean every day and disinfect frequently cleaned surfaces, including desktops, door handles, light switches, desktops, armrests, desks, phones, keyboards, etc.
Influenza viruses and new coronaviruses are spreading this fall and winter, and the medical system may be overwhelmed during this season. Please be cautious to protect the health of yourself and your family to avoid being infected by viruses.
Contact Person: Ms. Jasmine