How to protect when workers returning to work?
Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, February 9th. After the long vacation, office workers have returned to work and resumed work. The new crown pneumonia epidemic is still going on. How to protect on the bus and subway? What should I pay attention to when I arrive at the unit? Do I need to wear gloves? In response, the WHO Representative Office in China recently put forward some suggestions through the official WeChat public account.
How to protect when traveling? WHO recommends travelling as stray as possible. If you have to take a bus, it is best to keep a distance of at least one meter from other passengers; avoid touching your face; wash your hands with alcohol-free hand sanitizer, especially after touching the surface of ticket machines, doors, handrails, etc .; hit Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue, elbow, etc. when sneezing or coughing; do not spit; place the tissue immediately after use and wash your hands.
During work, you should reduce gathering in dense spaces. Specific methods include replacing face-to-face meetings with telephone or web conferences, delaying unnecessary group activities, limiting the number of people at the same time at the workplace, etc .; often cleaning and disinfecting the workplace, especially Door handles, telephones, keyboards, elevator buttons, kitchens, water rooms and toilets; avoid physical contact when greeting others, do not shake hands; keep one meter away when talking with colleagues and customers; often use soap and water or alcohol-free hands-free washing Wash your hands with liquid; cover properly when coughing or sneezing.
WHO said that if masks are not enough, use them when they are most necessary, such as in confined spaces with densely populated subway cars, elevators and other personnel. Wash your hands before and after wearing the mask, and avoid touching the mask with your hands during wearing. As for wearing gloves, the benefits are not as good as washing your hands frequently. Wearing gloves may give people a false sense of security, which in turn increases the risk of exposure to the virus. For example, touch your face with a gloved hand after touching a contaminated surface. To be truly protective, gloves must be disposable or properly washed and kept dry. For the general public, it is more practical and effective to wash hands with soap and water or alcohol-free hand sanitizer than using gloves.
After you get home from work, don't forget to wash your hands before contacting your family. In addition, it is very important to maintain the sanitation of the home environment. Attention should be paid to multiple windows for ventilation; regular cleaning of the residence, especially the furniture and surfaces of kitchens and bathrooms; often cleaning children's toys; discard used paper towels in a timely manner.