Stay Home Stay Safe Let’s Stop Corona Virus Face Mask
Preventing the spread of acute respiratory infections caused by new strains of the Corona virus (Covid-19).
2. Type of isolation:
Medical isolation under the Law on Infectious Diseases Prevention 2007.
3. Isolation object:
People who do not have symptoms of a CoV infection (cough, fever, difficulty breathing) and have one of the following factors:
a) Living in the same house or place of residence with the confirmed illness or suspected illness during the time of the illness;
b) Working together with the confirmed disease or the suspected disease during the illness;
c) The same tour group, working group, or entertainment group with identified illness or suspected illness during the time of the illness;
d) Having been in close contact within 2 meters of an established illness or suspected illness during any given period of illness;
dd) Sitting in the same row or in front of the back of two rows of seats on the same train / wagon / plane with confirmed illness or suspected illness;
e) Foreigners entering the United States from countries with covid-19 epidemic
4. Quarantine period
a) Isolation is up to 14 days, the specific number of days of isolation is counted from the date of last contact with an identified disease or suspected disease case or from the date of entry into Vietnam.
b) When the suspect is diagnosed and excluded from the disease, the quarantined persons involved will terminate the quarantine.
Stay Home Stay Safe Let’s Stop Corona virus Face Mask5. Organize quarantine
5.1. Medical staff
a) Investigate and make a list of people in need of isolation to record information about family address, place of residence, personal phone number, name and phone number of the person needed to contact. Provide health agency phone numbers for the quarantined person and the family and property manager.
b) To coordinate with the local authorities in going to the house or place of residence of the quarantined person to notify the requirements, purpose and duration of the quarantine to the quarantined person and the family or the accommodation manager; campaign for consensus, volunteering to implement. In the event that the quarantine person fails to exercise, take the measure of coercive medical isolation.
c) Instruct the isolated person to use and measure their body temperature at least 2 times a day (morning and afternoon) and record the measurement results and general health condition on the daily health monitoring sheet.
d) Instruct family members of the isolated person and the property manager how to disinfect the dwelling, such as cleaning floors, tool surfaces, household door handles with soap or disinfectants common detergents or detergents.
dd) Monitor the health status and record information on the health monitoring form of the isolated person. Report daily monitoring results to district health authorities.
e) Strictly comply with regulations on prevention of infection for health workers according to regulations of the Ministry of Health when interacting with isolated people.
g) Instruct the isolated person to separately collect used masks, towels, nose tissues and mouths into the garbage bag to neatly fit into the corner of the isolated person’s room. During the quarantine period, if the quarantined person develops symptoms of suspected disease, collect and dispose of it as infectious waste. At the end of the quarantine period, if the quarantined person does not show any suspected disease symptoms, it should be collected and disposed of like normal garbage.
h) To guide and hand out warning flyers to prevent diseases to families and managers of the accommodation with isolated people to take measures to prevent infection in the household or the place of residence.
i) Immediately report to the higher level health facilities and local authorities, coordinate the transfer of the quarantined person to the hospital if the isolated person has symptoms such as fever, cough, difficulty breathing during follow-up.
k) To behave enthusiastically, share, motivate and help the isolated person when performing the task to create comfort and trust of the isolated person during the monitoring process.
l) Report the final results to the district health care and local authorities immediately after the quarantine period ends.
5.2. Quarantined people
a) Comply with self-isolation at home and at the right place of stay within the prescribed time, preferably in a separate room. In case the family or property does not have a private room, the separated person’s beds should be at least 2 meters away from the beds of other family members.
b) The isolating room should ensure ventilation, be regularly cleaned, limit the furniture in the room, isolated place.
c) Self-measure body temperature at least 2 times (morning, afternoon) a day; Record measurement results and general health on daily health monitoring sheets.
d) Daily limit out of private rooms, limit direct contact with family members, accommodation as well as others; self-health monitoring; take personal hygiene measures, wear a mask, and wash your hands often with soap or other antiseptic solution.