Leisure Touch Outdoor Living Furniture Giving Health Advice of Coronavirus

Posted By:Leisure Touch | November 09,2020

1. The public should go out less and reduce social activities, and maintain appropriate social distance with other people as far as possible.

2. Members of the public are strongly urged to avoid non-essential travel outside. If it is unavoidable to travel to countries/areas outside, they should put on a surgical mask and continue to do so for 14 days upon their return home.

3. When travelling to countries/areas with active community transmission of COVID-19 virus, the public should avoid close contact with persons with fever or respiratory symptoms. If it is unavoidable to come into contact with them, put on a surgical mask and continue to do so until 14 days after returning home.

Outdoor Living Furniture

4. After returning home, consult a doctor promptly if experiencing a fever or other symptoms, take the initiative to inform the doctor of any recent travel history and any exposure to animals, and wear a surgical mask to help prevent spread of the disease.

5. Avoid touching animals (including game), poultry / birds or their droppings.
    Avoid visiting wet markets, live poultry markets or farms.
    Do not consume game meat and do not patronise food premises where game meat is served.
 
Outdoor Living Furniture

 

6. Maintain good personal hygiene

6.1 Surgical mask can prevent transmission of respiratory viruses from ill persons. It is essential for persons who are symptomatic (even if having mild symptoms) to wear a surgical mask.

6.2 Wear a surgical mask when taking public transport or staying in crowded places. It is important to wear a mask properly, including hand hygiene before wearing and after removing a mask.

6.3 Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose.

6.4 Keep hands clean at all times. Perform hand hygiene frequently, especially before touching your mouth, nose or eyes; before eating; after using the toilet; after touching public installations such as handrails or door knobs; or when hands are contaminated by respiratory secretions after coughing or sneezing.

6.5 Wash hands with liquid soap and water, and rub for at least 20 seconds. Then rinse with water and dry with a disposable paper towel. When the hands are cleaned, do not touch the water tap directly again (for example, using a paper towel to wrap the faucet before turn it off).

6.6 If hand washing facilities are not available, or when hands are not visibly soiled, performing hand hygiene with 70% to 80% alcohol-based handrub is an effective alternative.

6.7 Cover your nose and mouth with tissue paper when sneezing or coughing. Do not spit or litter. Use tissue paper to hold your spit. Dispose of the soiled tissues into a lidded rubbish bin, and then wash hands thoroughly.

6.8 After using the toilet, put the toilet lid down before flushing to avoid spreading germs.

Next Post

Festival Chongyang, climbin...

Last Post

Why Leisure Touch Cares So M...