The councilor for Health and Public Health of the City of Cieza, Francisco Saorín, publishes the recommendations of the Technical Report of the Ministry of Health.
Through a press release, the Councilor for Health and Public Health of the City of Cieza has published a series of recommendations for "home isolation in mild cases of COVID-19", based on the 'Infographic of Recommendations for the patient case in investigation or mild confirmed case in home isolation 'of the Ministry of Health of Asturias, the technical report' Home management of cases under investigation, probable or confirmed of COVID-19 ', of the Ministry of Health and in the' COVID report- 19: self-isolationforpatientsundergoingtesting.
Isolation place (must have telephone in the room)
1.- Stay at home, avoid leaving the room, keeping it ventilated and with the door closed.
2.- Avoid distances less than 2 meters from the cohabitants.
3.- Avoid visits to your home.
If you need help with shopping, they can be left at the door.
4.- Use your own bathroom;
if you share it, it must be disinfected before others use it.
5.- Keep hand hygiene products in the room.
6.- Have a pedal trash can in the room.
Waste products should be thrown away in the plastic bag placed inside the garbage can.
Knot it well before throwing it away.
1.- The caregiver must not have risk factors for complications, and must self-monitor the symptoms.
2.- Gloves for any contact with secretions.
3.- Wash your hands if it comes into contact, even if you have worn gloves.
1.- Cover when you cough and sneeze with a tissue.
2.- Throw the tissue in the trash.
3.- Wash your hands with soap and water.
4.- Do not share personal utensils such as towels, glasses, plates, cutlery and a toothbrush.
5.- Put on the mask if you go out to common spaces or someone enters the room, keep your distance and wash your hands when leaving.
6.- Communicate by phone to avoid leaving the room.
1.- Use a dishwasher or scrub with hot water.
2.- Do not shake the clothes, put them in an airtight bag.
Always wash your hands after touching clothes.
3.- Wash clothes at 60-90Âº and dry them well.
4.- Clean surfaces that are often touched, bathroom and toilet daily with disposable cloths and bleach (1 part of 5% bleach for 50 parts of water).
Wash your hands when finished.
5.- BAG 1 in the room, which is closed and inserted into BAG 2 (outside the room) where the caregiver's gloves and mask are inserted and goes to BAG 3 that goes to the rest container (none of separation by recycling).
If you notice worsening, notify your reference professional or 112.
If any cohabitant or caregiver shows symptoms, do not go to a health center and call the telephone number authorized by the Autonomous Community.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza