Stop Corona Virus 2020 Face Mask
Actions are taken to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 epidemic among high-risk people
According to the World Health Organization, COVID-19 is usually worse in people over the age of 60 or those with pre-existing health problems such as heart, lung, diabetes, or other diseases that affect the immune system. Translate. This is a high-risk group, suffering from severe COVID-19 disease.
If you are in the high-risk group mentioned above, or have a loved one in a high-risk group right now, learn and take the following actions to protect yourself and loved ones:
Protect at-risk loved ones and friends from COVID-19 by:
Practice good hand hygiene and respiratory hygiene;
If you have symptoms such as fever or cough, avoid close contact with a high-risk group for serious illness;
Visit and stay in touch by phone or text message instead of gathering;
Help with chores for at-risk groups such as buying medicine and food, avoiding entering the home and having direct contact with them;
Move aside – meet online or make a phone call.
Stop Coronavirus 2020 Face MaskFor high-risk groups, protect yourself by:
Plan regular checkups with your doctor in advance and get advice on what to do if you show signs of illness;
Make sure you have been fully vaccinated;
Keep an adequate supply of commonly used medicines, foodstuffs and other items to minimize getting out of the house (buy only the essentials and buy only the right amount);
Limit home services and limit visitors; only really healthy people visit others;
Stay up to date with health recommendations from the Government, the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization;
Wash your hands often with soap and clean water;
Regularly clean and disinfect objects and surfaces that are often touched;
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth;
Responsibility to gather or go to crowded places;
Avoid close contact with people who have a fever or cough;
Maintain healthy habits, exercise every day, and eat nutritious food
If you have symptoms of fever, cough, fatigue and / or shortness of breath, call the nearest medical facility or the Ministry of Health hotline 19009095/19003228 for advice, and arrange to see a doctor immediately.
If you are able to go home, follow the instructions of your healthcare provider.
If you are not in the high-risk group, remember to practice the World Health Organization’s preventive recommendations. Low risk doesn’t mean there’s no risk. Do your part to stop the spread of COVID-19, especially to high-risk groups.