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Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus

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更新時間 : 2020-03-26 14:20:50
To protect yourself and others from coronavirus (COVID-19) it’s important to think about how the virus spread.
Coronavirus spread in sneeze or cough droplets. To infect you, it has to get from an infected person's nose or mouth into your eyes, nose or mouth. This can be direct or indirect (on hands, objects, surfaces). Keep this in mind. It will help you remember all the things you need to do to protect yourself and others from the virus.

   Social distancing

Social distancing is important to help slow the spread of coronavirus. It does this by minimising contact between potentially infected individuals and healthy individuals.
Some of the things you can do
keep a space of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and other people
reduce physical interactions with people
reduce the number of people you meet every day
avoid communal sleeping areas
avoid crowded places
work from home unless it is essential that you go to your workplace

   Help slow the spread of coronavirus

To help slow the spread of coronavirus:
  1. anyone who has symptoms should behave as if they have the virus and self-isolate for 14 days
  2. everyone should limit unnecessary social contact as much as possible
  3. at risk-groups should avoid close contact with people outside the home

 
   How to protect yourself and others from coronavirus

Follow this advice as strictly as possible and encourage others to follow this advice too.
Wash your hands properly and often.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough and sneeze.
Put used tissues into a bin and wash your hands.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
Avoid close contact with people - keep a distance of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and others.
Avoid crowded places, especially indoors.
Stay at home if you are sick to help stop the spread of whatever infection you may have.

   Wash your hands properly and often

You should wash your hands:
  1. after coughing or sneezing
  2. before and after eating
  3. before and after preparing food
  4. if you were in contact with someone who has a fever or respiratory symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing)
  5. before and after being on public transport if you must use it
  6. before and after being in a crowd (especially an indoor crowd)
  7. when you arrive and leave buildings including your home or anyone else's home
  8. if you have handled animals or animal waste
  9. before having a cigarette or vaping
  10. if your hands are dirty
  11. after toilet use
Keep your hands in good condition, moisturise them often. Any basic product that is not perfumed or coloured is OK. 

   Disposable gloves

Do not wear disposable gloves instead of washing your hands. The virus gets on them in the same way it gets on your hands. Also, your hands can get contaminated when you take them off.
Disposable gloves are worn in medical settings. They are not as effective in daily life.
Wearing disposable gloves can give you a false sense of security.
You might:
  1. sneeze or cough into the gloves - this creates a new surface for the virus to live on
  2. contaminate yourself when taking off the gloves or touching surfaces
  3. not wash your hands as often as you need to and touch your face with contaminated gloves
   Face masks
Using masks is unlikely to be of any benefit if you are not sick.
Sick people will be advised by their doctor when to use a mask. Healthcare workers need masks and other personal protective equipment to protect them from infection during their work.

   Keeping well

Infectious disease outbreaks like coronavirus (COVID-19) can be worrying. This can affect your mental health.

If you need some help, you can also contact us. Let's stay united and fight the virus together.
We believe everything will be better!



 
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