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WHO COVID-19 Prevention and Protection Guidelines


Is wearing rubber gloves while out in public effective in preventing the new coronavirus infection?

No. Regularly washing your bare hands offers more protection against catching COVID-19 than wearing rubber gloves.

You can still pick up COVID-19 contamination on rubber gloves. If you then touch your face, the contamination goes from your glove to your face and can infect you.

How should I greet another person to avoid catching the new coronavirus?

To prevent COVID-19 it is safest to avoid physical contact when greeting.

Safe greetings include a wave, a nod, or a bow.

Should I avoid shaking hands because of the new coronavirus?

Yes. Respiratory viruses can be passed by shaking hands and touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

Greet people with a wave, a nod or a bow instead.

STAY HEALTHY WHILE TRAVELLING

Avoid travel if you have a fever and cough.

If you have a fever, cough and diffculty breathing seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider.

STAY HEALTHY WHILE TRAVELLING

Avoid close contact with people suffering from a fever and cough.

Frequently clean hands by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.

Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth.

STAY HEALTHY WHILE TRAVELLING

When coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – throw tissue away inmediately and wash hands.

If you choose to waer a face mask, be sure to cover mouth and nose – avoid touching mask once it’s on.

Inmmediately discard single-use mask after each use and wash hands after removing masks.

STAY HEALTHY WHILE TRAVELLING

If you become sick while travelling, inform crew and seek medical care early.

If you seek medical attention, share travel history with your health care provider.

Wash your hands

Wash your hands with soap and running water when hands are visibly dirty.

if your hands are not visibly dirty, frequently clean them by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.

Protect yourself and others from getting sick

Wash your hands

  • After coughing or sneezing
  • When caring for the sick
  • Before, during and after you prepare food
  • Before eating
  • After toilet use
  • When hands are visibly dirty
  • After handing animals or animal waste

Protect others from getting sick

When coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue.

Throw tissue into closed bin immediately after use.

Clean hands with alcohol- based hand rub or soap and water after coughing or sneezing and when caring for the sick.

Protect others from getting sick

Avoid close contact when you are experiencing cough and fever.

Avoid spitting in public.

If you have fever, cough and diffculty breathing seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider.