New coronavirus-infected pneumonia population protection measures
I. Protection of ordinary household personnel
(1) Minimize out-going activities. Masks are not required to be worn in open and ventilated areas in non-infected areas.
(2) do a good job of personal protection and hand hygiene. Households provide thermometers, masks, household disinfectants and other items. Wear general medical masks when going to public places such as supermarkets, restaurants, and public transportation. Hand hygiene at all times, returning from public places, coughing and covering hands, before and after meals, wash your hands with hand sanitizer or soap running water, or use disposable hand sanitizer. When you are not sure whether your hands are clean, avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes. Cover your mouth and nose with elbow clothing when sneezing or coughing.
(3) Maintain good living habits. Open windows frequently and ventilate often. balanced diet, balanced nutrition, moderate exercise, and adequate rest. Do not spit, wrap nose and nose secretions with paper towels, and put them in a covered dustbin.
(A) Pay attention to personal protection. Wear medical surgical masks in crowded public places. It is recommended to wear work clothes and keep clean, and wash and disinfect regularly.
(B) Pay attention to hand hygiene. Hand hygiene at any time. Wash your hands or use quick-drying hand disinfectants. When there are visible pollutants, use hand sanitizer to wash your hands under running water.
(3) Pay attention to your physical condition. Pay attention to your physical condition while you are on duty, and go to the designated hospital in time for symptoms such as fever and cough. Try to avoid taking public transportation such as buses, subways and other public transportation. Medical surgical masks (or other higher-level masks) should be worn on the road to and in the hospital.
III. mobile personnel protection
(1) Reduce aggregation, and go out to do personal protection and hand hygiene. Wear medical masks in densely populated public places.
(2) Wash your hands frequently. Wash your hands with hand sanitizer or soap under running water, or use an alcohol-free hand sanitizer.
(3) Reduce contact with others and try to keep a certain distance from others (more than one meter is recommended).
IV. personnel protection in specific industries
Public transportation department passengers, taxi drivers, sanitation workers, public place service personnel, armed police, traffic police, security personnel, media reporters, courier and other industry personnel and highway checkpoint staff, etc., wear disposable medical masks or medical during their work Surgical or particulate respirator. Under normal circumstances, it is not necessary to wear protective clothing, protective masks and other protective equipment. Pay attention to hand hygiene.
V. home isolation personnel protection
You should live in a well-ventilated single room. Separate rooms from family members to restrict activities. Keep a distance of at least 1 meter in any case. Avoid contaminated clothing directly touching the skin and clothes of other family members.
1. If you need to be accompanied, try to arrange for a person with good health to take care of it. Refusal to visit.
2. Make sure the kitchen, bathroom, living room and other public areas are well ventilated. Sanitize bathroom and toilet surfaces once a day. Clean and disinfect frequently touched items daily.
3. When using soap and water to wash your hands, use a disposable paper towel. If not, dry it with a personal clean towel, which needs to be replaced when it gets wet.
4. When coughing or sneezing, you need to wear a mask or cover with paper towels or hands. After coughing and sneezing, discard the items covering your nose and mouth, and then wash your hands immediately.
5. Do not share daily necessities with your family. The tableware can be fully washed and reused after use.
6. Patients with symptoms should stay at home until the symptoms disappear. Home isolation for at least 14 days.
7. Keep the phone open and make sure that you can receive follow-up calls from relevant staff.
8. Measure body temperature and record daily. If fever, cough, and chest tightness gradually worsen, please return to the hot clinic as soon as possible.
9. Wear a mask during medical treatment and avoid taking public transport to medical institutions as much as possible. Keep at least 1 meter away from others in public places.
VI.Protection of close contacts
Wear a mask that fits your face when you are in the same room as the suspect. Masks should be replaced immediately due to wet and dirty secretions. Wash hands immediately after removing and discarding the mask.
1. Wash your hands immediately after having any direct contact with the suspected patient or entering the quarantine space. Wash your hands immediately before and after preparing food, before eating, after going to the toilet, and when your hands are dirty. Oral and respiratory care for suspicious patients and the need to wear gloves when handling feces, urine and other waste. Wear gloves when touching items contaminated with these secretions, and wash your hands immediately after removing them.
2. When using soap and water to wash your hands, use a disposable paper towel. If not, dry it with a personal clean towel, which needs to be replaced when it gets wet.
3. Make sure the kitchen, bathroom, living room and other public areas are well ventilated. Sanitize bathroom and toilet surfaces once a day. Clean and disinfect frequently touched items daily.
4. All people who may be in contact with a suspected infection should have a 14-day health observation period. The observation period starts from the last day of contact with the patient. Measure body temperature daily and record. If fever, cough, dyspnea, diarrhea occur, seek medical treatment as soon as possible.
5. Wear a mask during medical treatment, avoid taking public transport to medical institutions as far as possible, and keep at least 1 meter away from others in public places.