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Health and TipsMar.22.2020

How to protect your home from the COVID-19?

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Numerous precautions must be taken in order to avoid contamination due to the rapid spread of coronavirus. Health care organizations distribute instructions and information about how to protect yourself and your next of kin from this threat when in contact with the environment.

But it is also important to protect your own home. This is vital in long-term quarantine and short-time contact with the environment.

Be careful when outside

All kinds of precautions recommended by the authorities should be taken when spending time outside, especially near large crowds of people.

Do not bring contagion into the house

Make sure that when you get home your street clothes and shoes don’t get into the living quarters. Treat your hands and open body parts with alcoholic or antiseptic products immediately. If you live with your family or partner, make sure everyone does the same.

Clean and ventilate regularly

Wipe and disinfect the most commonly used surfaces. These include sockets, tables, chairs, door handles, household appliances, and computers. Particular attention should be paid to the items you are taking with you. Your wallet, keys, smartphone, and headphones can be more dangerous than other people. Also airing the rooms will refresh the air in your home and reduce the number of germs around you.

Allot a room for possible patients

You should prepare the room and medicines in advance if any of the tenants in your building become ill. Care and timely assistance should be provided to the affected person in this case. At the same time care must be taken to ensure that others are not exposed to the risk of falling ill.

Store supplies of personal hygiene disinfection medicine water and food.  During a pandemic it is recommended to minimize the number of contacts with the environment. To do this, you need to stock up on everything you need in case of prolonged quarantine or self-isolation. Also an effective step will be the transition to a remote form of work.

There are several other measures you can take to reduce the risk of infection.  They include frequent washing of all clothes, street and home, treatment of shoes with antiseptic agents, heat treatment of all products with a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius and above for half an hour and general isolation from the outside world.

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