You need to remember these little knowledge about epidemic prevention and control

Recently, local confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia have appeared in many places. Everyone should always pay attention to personal protection, maintain a safe social distance, develop good hygiene habits such as scientifically wearing masks and washing hands frequently, and advocate a healthy lifestyle. Let’s learn the following epidemic prevention and control tips together!

1. Wear masks scientifically

When wearing a mask, remember: the mask covers the mouth, nose and chin, and the nose clip should be compacted; if the mask is dirty, deformed, damaged, or smelly, it should be replaced in time, and the cumulative wearing time of each mask should not exceed 8 hours; It is not recommended to reuse masks used on tools or in hospitals and other environments. Note: Do not wear a mask up and down or inside and out, and don’t expose your nose when wearing a mask.

2. Wash your hands frequently

Wash hands in time in the following situations: returning from going out, before wearing a mask and after taking off the mask, after contact with teary eyes, snot, sputum and saliva, after covering coughs and sneezes with hands, after nursing patients, before preparing food, before meals, and using the toilet After touching public facilities or objects (such as handrails, door handles, elevator buttons, coins, express delivery, etc.), before holding or feeding children, after handling baby feces, after touching animals or handling animal feces.

3. Avoid crowded public places

There are many people in public places, the flow volume is large, the risk of infection is unknown, and it is difficult to maintain a distance of 1 meter between people. Once there is a virus infection, it is easy to cause human-to-human transmission without effective protection. Public places with poor air mobility are at greater risk of virus transmission.

4. Always open windows for ventilation indoors

The indoor environment is airtight, which is easy to cause bacteria to multiply and increase the risk of human infection. Frequent opening of windows for ventilation can effectively reduce indoor pathogenic microorganisms and other pollutants. In addition, the ultraviolet rays in sunlight also have a bactericidal effect.

Every morning, noon and night, the windows should be opened for ventilation, and each ventilation time should not be less than 15 minutes. In cold seasons, open windows for ventilation and pay attention to keep warm to avoid getting cold.

5. Observe the 1-meter line of social distancing

Respiratory infectious diseases are mostly transmitted through droplets at close range. In order to prevent respiratory infectious diseases, it is necessary to maintain a safe social distance of more than 1 meter when queuing, paying, talking, exercising, and visiting.

(according to Health China)