In the past two days, a picture of how to dispose of used masks has been circulating on the Internet. It says that the used masks are covered with bacteria and viruses. It is recommended not to discard them at will, or even worry about being recycled with ulterior motives. If a solution is available, scald it with boiling water, burn it at a certain point, cut it into pieces, and throw it away. Is this solution completely reliable? Shanghai disease control expert Zhang Yucheng published a paper today (25th) to explain it in detail. Used masks may indeed carry a large number of microorganisms, such as viruses and oral bacteria. These microorganisms may not only originate from the outside world and adsorb to the outer surface of the mask through inhalation, but also may be adsorbed on the inner surface of the mask through exhalation because the user carries bacteria and viruses. Therefore, used masks may have a great risk of infection. When you take off the copper mask
, there are several points to note: Do not touch the outer surface of the mask, because you may infect yourself: Do not touch the inner surface of the mask (you are a patient), because you may infect others: Do not touch others Used masks, because they may be cross-infected: Do not put them directly in your bag, pocket, etc., because there may be a risk of persistent infection. 1. Is it feasible to boil the used masks? Disease Control Expert: It is not recommended that High temperature is indeed a way of disinfection, such as boiling, and it is simple and easy to operate. However, when using boiling water to scald the mask, you must place the mask on the container or countertop, which cannot avoid contaminating the container or countertop; secondly, boiling water to scald the mask cannot meet the continuous high temperature required for disinfection, and the time is not enough. It may only kill some pathogens. . Therefore, boiling water scalding is not recommended. 2, what about incineration? Disease Control Expert: It is not recommended Similarly, the principle of incineration is high temperature disinfection. However, incineration will pollute the environment on the one hand, and cause safety hazards on the other hand, and on the other hand, there is no such fixed location. Therefore, unless you are in a rural area, personal incineration is not recommended. 3. Cut it and throw it away? Disease Control Expert: It is not recommended Although the starting point of cutting masks to prevent recycling by people with ulterior motives is good, there is a great risk of infection. Therefore, shredding is not recommended. 4. How to effectively deal with used masks? Disease control experts: When in medical institutions, whether it is seeking medical consultation, visiting patients, or interviewing and investigating, all the masks used in medical institutions are treated according to the situation. Please put it directly into the medical waste garbage bag. These masks, as medical waste, will be centrally disposed of by a professional treatment organization, so you don't have to worry about it. 5. Can the used mask be thrown away in the hospital next time? Disease Control Expert: No, because going to the hospital will increase the risk of unnecessary infection. In normal times, citizens who are suspected of suffering from infectious diseases should hand over the used masks to the corresponding staff for treatment as medical waste during treatment or investigation and disposal. For people with fever, cough, sputum, sneezing and other symptoms, or people who have been in contact with such people, experts recommend throwing the mask in the trash can, and then using 5% of 84 disinfectant according to the ratio of 1:99 , Sprinkle on the mask for processing. If there is no disinfectant, you can also use a sealed bag/preservation bag to seal the mask and throw it into the trash can. For ordinary people, because the risk is low, used masks can be thrown directly into the trash can (Shanghai area: dry garbage). Finally, after handling the mask, remember to wash your hands carefully. The disease control also reminded that with the development of the epidemic, if government departments issue relevant regulations, they should be implemented in accordance with the regulations. 351
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