One way the virus transmits is touching a surface with the virus on it, then touching your face. The virus enters your body by eyes, nose or mouth, leading to infection. One way to combat this is to clean surfaces with household disinfectant. (Provided by Centre Management)
In rooms clean flat surfaces, drawer, wardrobe & door handles and any other surfaces frequently touched by yoyrself or others. Do the same before & after using bathroom facilities.
Good hygiene and hand washing
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.
Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
Do not share objects that touch your mouth – for example, bottles, cups.
Wash your hands properly and often
You should wash your hands:
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.
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.
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