Fighting against COVID-19@You and Me
To protect ourselves and others from COVID-19, what precautions should we take in different situations? Here are the safety protocols you need to know.
Wash hands regularly.
Wear masks properly.
Reduce social gatherings.
Get vaccinated and get PCR tests as required.
Maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Clean and disinfect properly.
Keep a one-meter social distance.
Follow COVID-19 protocols for dining.
Practice good etiquette when coughing.
Try to avoid going to places other than your home and workplaces.
Try to avoid gatherings.
Online meetings are recommended. Mask-wearing is required for in-person meetings.
Keep workplaces well-ventilated.
Strictly implement visitor management measures at workplaces.
@Those working at home
Follow all prevention and control requirements, get PCR-tested as required.
Take your temperature twice a day (once in the morning and once at night).
Avoid unnecessary travel and practice personal safety precautions.
Keep your hands clean.
When you sneeze or cough, cover your mouth and nose with your arm (elbow pit) or use a tissue.
Keep your home well-ventilated and disinfected.
Get adequate basic supplies.
Stay informed about the epidemic.
Keep a good mood.
Do not start, spread or believe in any rumors.
@Those under home quarantine and medical observation
Living alone is recommended, if you live with family members, you should stay in a separate room and use a separate bathroom.
Masks must be worn properly when you are in close contact with family members.
Take temperature twice a day (once in the morning and once at night)
Cooperate with the staff that come to offer door-to-door PCR tests for you.
You and your co-occupants shall stay home. Do not receive any visitors.
Clean and disinfect home and belongings.
Household waste shall be placed in plastic bags before put into special garbage cans.
If you have finished medical observation and have negative PCR test results, you can be discharged from quarantine after being verified by your local community and receiving a notice of discharge.
If contacts happen outdoors:
Put on a mask immediately.
Suspend immediately all social activities (group dining and gatherings), leave crowded places.
Be prepared for being transferred to designated facilities and avoid using public transportation according to the instructions of the CDC.
If you are at home:
Stay in a separate and well-ventilated room, conduct self-quarantine.
Wear a mask at all times.
Ready your necessities for the transfer.
Don't share anything with your family members that could cause indirect contact infections.
Do not receive visitors.