• Avoid crowds and close contact and Keep physical distance of at least 2 metre from others, even if they don’t appear to be sick.
• Clean your hands frequently with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
• Wear a properly fitted mask when physical distancing is not possible and in poorly ventilated settings.
• Cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze.
• Dispose of used tissues immediately and clean hands regularly.
• If you develop symptoms or test positive for COVID-19, self-isolate until you recover.
• good hand hygiene helps prevent the transmission of a virus from one person to another.
• Washing your hands frequently is a great way to avoid a variety of illnesses, not just coronavirus.
• To keep your hands clean, wash them thoroughly using soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
• Hand-washing frequency will vary from person to person, but it’s always a good idea to wash your hands before eating, after using the bathroom, and after sneezing or coughing.
• If soap and water aren’t available, an alcohol-based sanitizer can be used instead.
• You can watch a video demonstration of proper handwashing techniques below:
• Covering a cough or sneeze may seem like something that should be done simply out of good manners,
but it goes a bit beyond that ; you should avoid coughing or sneezing into your hand whenever possible.
• When you cough or sneeze into your hand, you have the potential of transferring bacteria or viruses onto that hand; those bacteria and viruses can then be spread to other surfaces you touch.
• While it’s admirable to be dedicated to your job or to your studies, it’s not a good idea to go into work or school
if you’re sick.
• You may think you can power through the day, but you run the risk of infecting those around you.
• If you’re not feeling well, stay home and let yourself recover. If you have to go out in public, try to wear a face mask to avoid infecting others.
• try to avoid touching your face with your own hands.
• avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
• If droplets containing the virus made their way onto your hands, touching your eyes, nose, or mouth would be the primary way to transfer those droplets into your own body.
• Good hand hygiene will lessen the chances of those droplets existing on your hands in the first place, but trying to limit how often you touch your face is another good step to take.