How to keep it safe from COVID-19?

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How to keep it safe from COVID-19? Preparing for a 14-day quarantine is a very important issue. Which in addition to abstaining from outdoor activities. Guidelines for proper conduct during detention from the Ministry of Public Health are as follows:

How to keep it safe from COVID-19?

Prepare your own belongings

The detainee will have to separate his personal belongings. These include eating utensils, glasses, clothes, towels, and accessories that help prevent infection and are used to observe your symptoms, such as a mask,  mercury thermometer, alcohol gel, or alcohol spray with at least 70 percent concentration, soap, trash bags, and pails. Garbage with a lid and cleaning solution, etc. 

Prepare a place to stay

If living with other members of the house During detention, it is necessary to separate the use of space as one of its own. Especially the bedroom and bathroom If unable to use the toilet separately Should be used last Always close the toilet lid before pressing and clean the toilet immediately after use. In the event that the sleeping area cannot be separated, there should be a screen or other equipment such as a transparent plastic sheet. And should open windows to allow air to flow

Avoid staying close to other people.

Detainees should avoid being in close contact with others. Family members, especially the elderly Patients with congenital disease If there is a need to be in close proximity, keep a distance of at least 1–2 m with a mask at all times. And should be eaten separately by scooping their own portions to eat separately. 

Keep clean regularly

Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol, gel or spray. Concentration at least 70 percent, especially after using the bathroom or touching risk areas. Such as doorknobs and faucets. Like a mask or tissue must dispose of from other types of waste. By piling a new garbage bag on top of another layer Topped with bleach. And tie the bag tightly before throwing away outside the house.

Pay attention to mental health care

Confinement can cause a wide range of feelings or emotions. Whether boredom, fear, stress, anxiety, irritability or anger The detainee should plan activities during the detention in advance. To help relieve anxiety or reduce unwanted emotions. Which may create a new routine Talk to others about your symptoms and your mental state. Limit receiving news about COVID-19. Get enough rest Eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly. 

Observe their own unusual symptoms

During the quarantine, body temperature should measure every day. The temperature must not exceed 37.5 degrees Celsius if there is a symptom of COVID-19.  Occurred during detention. Should let your doctor know Or contact the Department of Medical Services Hotline 1668 or Disease Control Division 1422 with symptoms that should do observe during quarantine. Such as fever, cough, sore throat, tongue, no taste, smell, difficulty breathing, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and unusual fatigue.