Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public


Protect yourself and others from COVID-19

If COVID-19 is spreading in your community, stay safe by taking some simple precautions, such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, cleaning your hands, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue. Check local advice where you live and work. Do it all!
What to do to protect yourself as well as other people from COVID-19 
Keep up at any rate a 1-meter distance among yourself as well as other people to diminish your danger of contamination when they hack, wheeze or talk. Keep a significantly more prominent distance among yourself as well as other people when inside. The further away, the better. 
Make wearing a veil a typical piece of being around others. The fitting use, stockpiling and cleaning or removal are crucial for make veils as successful as could reasonably be expected. 
Here are the rudiments of how to wear a veil: 
Clean your hands before you put your veil on, just as when you take it off, and after you contact it whenever. 
Ensure it covers both your nose, mouth and jawline. 
At the point when you remove a veil, store it in a perfect plastic pack, and consistently either wash it if it's a texture cover, or discard a clinical veil in a garbage can. 
Try not to utilize veils with valves.
Remember the nuts and bolts of good cleanliness 
Routinely and completely clean your hands with a liquor based hand rub or wash them with cleanser and water. This disposes of germs including infections that might be on your hands. 
Try not to contact your eyes, nose and mouth. Hands contact numerous surfaces and can get infections. When tainted, hands can move the infection to your eyes, nose or mouth. From that point, the infection can enter your body and taint you. 
Cover your mouth and nose with your bowed elbow or tissue when you hack or sniffle. At that point discard the pre-owned tissue quickly into a shut receptacle and wash your hands. By following great 'respiratory cleanliness', you shield the individuals around you from infections, which cause colds, influenza and COVID-19. 
Clean and sterilize surfaces oftentimes particularly those which are routinely contacted, for example, entryway handles, spigots and telephone screens.
What to do in the event that you feel unwell 
Know the full scope of side effects of COVID-19. The most widely recognized indications of COVID-19 are fever, dry hack, and sluggishness. Different side effects that are more uncommon and may influence a few patients incorporate loss of taste or smell, a throbbing painfulness, migraine, sore throat, nasal blockage, red eyes, loose bowels, or a skin rash. 
Remain at home and self-segregate regardless of whether you have minor indications, for example, hack, cerebral pain, mellow fever, until you recuperate. Call your medical services supplier or hotline for exhortation. Have somebody bring you supplies. In the event that you need to take off from your home or have somebody close to you, wear a clinical veil to try not to taint others. 
In the event that you have a fever, hack and trouble breathing, look for clinical consideration right away. Call by phone first, on the off chance that you can and follow the headings of your nearby wellbeing authority. 
Stay up with the latest on the most recent data from confided in sources, for example, WHO or your neighborhood and public wellbeing specialists. Nearby and public specialists and general wellbeing units are best positioned to exhort on what individuals in your general vicinity ought to do to ensure themselves.

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