Urgent reminder!Return to work, these little things to pay attention to
Happy Spring Festival holiday passed in a blink of an eye, yesterday ushered in the first day of work!This is the second Spring Festival we have spent with the COVID-19 pandemic.Although the epidemic has become normalized, the risk of importing and spreading the epidemic is still high due to the increase in people and logistics during the Spring Festival.We must tighten our belts and not slacken our efforts.After all, there is still a risk of the spread of the virus in many provinces and cities across China.As of February 7, there were seven high-risk areas and 54 medium-risk areas, including Beijing, Tianjin and Heilongjiang.At present, many people may have officially returned to work, and some are on the way back.Here are some daily details that, if you follow them, will be your best protection.How can workplaces protect themselves against viruses?Wash your hands first, and then on your way to work, you will inevitably touch some public areas.For example, handrails in subways, door handles, and elevator buttons can all contain virus residue.Therefore, the first thing to do when you arrive at work is to wash your hands.Wash your hands regularly, too, if you need to touch things frequently while in the office.We really do not ignore the “wash your hands” this simple action, but it is an important link to prevent the spread of the virus.Careful hand washing is not only for epidemic prevention and control, but also to prevent the occurrence of various infectious diseases.It protects against viruses and bacteria, reduces diarrhea by 23 to 40 percent in people, and protects one in five children from pneumonia.Washing your hands is not just a matter of washing your hands with water. Improper washing = ineffective washing cannot prevent the spread of viruses.It is recommended that people clean their hands with the seven-step washing technique, which is also commonly used by health care workers to reduce the spread of the virus.The elevator is a closed space and is frequently used.Therefore, when taking the elevator, be sure to wear a mask.When getting on an elevator, keep your distance from people and avoid standing facing each other. If there are too many people, wait for another trip.Prepare a paper towel and press the elevator button behind it.Used paper towels should be thrown away in the trash can, not in the elevator.Regularly open Windows to ventilate the office after a holiday closed, indoor air is usually not very good.When you return to work, open the office Windows first.Open Windows frequently for ventilation, to maintain indoor air circulation, reduce the risk of disease transmission, at least 2 times a day, more than 30 minutes each time.At present, the weather is cold. Please keep warm when opening Windows for ventilation to avoid catching cold.How to take precautions on the way back?In public areas with large traffic, such as airports and high-speed rail stations, passengers were gathered.Therefore, in these high-risk areas, people should take more stringent precautions than usual.When wearing a surgical mask, fold the face completely, cover the mouth, nose and jaw completely, and then press the nose clip tightly so that the mask fits the face completely.Wash your hands before wearing a mask or avoid touching the inside of the mask during wearing. Distinguish between the inside and outside of the mask and the top and bottom of the mask.The light face is inward, the dark face is outward, and one end of the metal strip (nose clip) is above the mask.Special attention: when taking a high speed train and entering a security check station, you need to take off a mask for face recognition and touch the earlobe, not the front.Cough sneeze Don’t take off your mask when you cough or sneeze. It’s best to cover your nose and mouth with a tissue and throw the tissue in the trash.Keep your distance on high-speed trains, subways and other popular means of transportation, you should minimize your communication with others.In public places, it is best to keep a distance of more than 1 meter, if found coughing, sneezing people should be as far away as possible, do a good job of personal protection.