The Coruna virus and its rapid spread made the world in a state of constant fear and fear, prompting some to isolate themselves to avoid getting sick.
The British National Health Service has warned that many people may be asked to isolate themselves to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, but what should they do if they are in danger?
According to a BBC report, there are no official figures on the number of people recommended to isolate themselves, but this approach is an important way to limit the spread of the virus.
What to do during isolation
The NHS advised the NHS to take decisive measures to avoid close contact with others as much as possible, as if they had the flu, and this means staying at home for 14 days, not going to work, school or other public places, and you should stay in a well-ventilated room with windows that can Open them, separated from others in your home.
Ask for help if you need to buy medicines or buy whatever is necessary for you. It is okay for friends, family members or delivery drivers to deliver what you want during the solitary days and be careful not to invite friends or family during isolation.
Tips to follow
- The British Health Authority advises people living with potential patients with the Coronavirus with the following advice:
- Wash your hands frequently, using soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after touching the patient or anything related to him.
- Household items should not be shared with an isolated person, preferably with a separate bathroom and toilet.
- Daily cleaning of household surfaces, with disposable gloves and disposal after cleaning.
- The waste that was in contact with the isolated person should be placed in a bag of plastic garbage, bound, and then tied in another bag.