Guidelines for the use of medical masks In order to guide the protection of people at risk of new coronavirus infection, this guide is specially formulated. This guide is suitable for ordinary homeowners, travelers, home warmers, and people in specific industries. 1. Ordinary householders (1) Minimize hiking activities. Reduce gatherings and gatherings for family and friends, and try to rest at home. Reduce activities in crowded public places, especially relatively closed places with relatively small air circulation, such as public baths, hot springs, movie theaters, Internet cafes, KTV, large shopping malls, stations, airports, terminals and exhibition halls. (2) Carry out personal protection and hand hygiene. Households should be equipped with thermometers, masks, household disinfectants and other items. Masks that have not been in contact with suspicious or confirmed patients and have a good taste, tasteless and not dirty can be placed in a ventilated and dry room after returning home for the next use. Masks must be disposed of according to household waste classification requirements. Always keep your hands hygienic. After returning from public places, cover your hands after coughing, before eating and after using the bathroom, or after using disposable hand sanitizers, please wash your hands with hand sanitizer or soap and running water. When you are not sure whether your hands are clean, avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes with your hands. When sneezing or coughing, cover your nose and mouth with your elbow. (3) Maintain good living habits. The rooms are clean and tidy, windows are often opened, ventilation is frequent, and disinfected regularly. A balanced diet, balanced nutrition, moderate exercise and adequate rest. Don't spit anywhere, wrap the secretions in your mouth and nose in disposable paper towels and put them in a covered trash can. (4) Actively monitor the health of individuals and family members, and take the initiative to measure body temperature when fever occurs. If you have a child, please touch his forehead in the morning and evening. If you have a fever, take his temperature. (5) If you have suspicious symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, chest tightness, dyspnea, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, conjunctivitis, muscle pain, etc., you should go to a medical institution in time according to your time. condition. 2. Travelers (1) People who travel in daily life and work, go to supermarkets, restaurants and other public places and take public transportation, wear masks and minimize close contact with others. When the risk of infection is low, such as when alone, driving alone, or walking alone in a park, people do not need to wear a copper mask
. (2) Wear a mask when you have suspicious symptoms and need to go to a medical institution for treatment. You can choose medical masks. Try to avoid taking subways, buses and other means of transportation, and avoid going to crowded places. When consulting doctors, they should actively inform medical staff of their travel and residence history and contact with others in areas where relevant diseases are endemic, and cooperate with medical and health institutions to conduct relevant research. (3) Long-distance travelers need to know in advance whether the destination is a disease-endemic area. If you must travel to a disease-endemic area, you should prepare necessary items in advance, such as a mask, portable hand sanitizer, and a clinical thermometer. During travel, you should minimize close contact with others, and wear gas masks KN95/N95 and above in crowded public transportation places and when riding in a car. 3. Home quarantine (1) Those who have been in close contact with the new coronavirus-infected pneumonia must undergo home quarantine for medical observation. The medical observation period is 14 days after the last contact with an infected case or a person without effective protection. People who are isolated at home should live relatively independently, minimize contact with cohabitants, and do a good job of cleaning and disinfecting the medical observation site to avoid cross-infection. It is forbidden to go out during the observation period. If necessary, the approval of the medical observation manager must be obtained, and surgical masks must be used to avoid crowded places. (2) People in the home isolation area must take temperature measurements at least twice a day and refuse to visit. Minimize close contact with family members, and do not share anything that may cause indirect infections of family members, including toothbrushes, cigarettes, utensils, food, drinks, towels, clothes and bedding. (3) When other people enter the living space of the quarantined person, they should wear a KN95/N95 or higher-level respirator. Do not touch or adjust the copper mask during this period. Try to avoid direct contact with isolated people in your home. If there is direct contact, please clean and disinfect in time.
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