Cleaning at Hygiene tips laban sa covid-19 mula sa UNICEF

Source:  UNICEF At dahil nga nakahaharap ngayon ang sambayanan sa matinding krisis na dulot ng coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), na...

Source: UNICEF

At dahil nga nakahaharap ngayon ang sambayanan sa matinding krisis na dulot ng coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), nanganganib ang kalusugan ng bawat isa. Dahil dito ay kinakailangan ng mga tao na magdoble-ingat upang hindi makuha ang virus.
            At upang makatulong nga sa bawat mamamayan, narito ang ilang mga cleaning at hygiene tips mula sa mga eksperto, ayon United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), upang maprotektahan ang sarili mula sa banta ng COVID-19.

PERSONAL HYGIENE
Source: UNICEF

            Ang simpleng mga hygiene measures ay makatutulong upang mapangalagaan ang kalusugan ng bawat isa.

            Iwasang hawakan ang mukha – lalo na sa iyong mga mata, ilong at bibig. Gamitin ang likuran ng siko kung uubo o babahing; puwede ring gumamit ng tissue at i-dispose ito agad matapos gamitin. Panatilihin din ang isang metrong distansiya sa mga tao, lalo na sa mga taong umuubo at bumabahing.

            Huwag kalilimutang maghugas ng kamay, dahil ayon nga sa UNICEF, “it’s the best line of defense.” Hugasan ang mga kamay ng 20 hanggang 30 segundo – o kaya naman ay gawing basehan ang “Happy Birthday Song”, kantahin ito ng dalawang beses. Siguraduhing maghuhugas ng kamay matapos bumahing, gumamit ng banyo, bago umalis at pagkauwi sa bahay, bago at matapos maghanda ng pagkain, at iba pa.

Dagdag pa ng UNICEF, “If using a hand sanitizer ensure that it contains at least 60 per cent alcohol, ensure coverage on all parts of the hands and rub hands together for 20-30 seconds until hands feel dry. If hands are visibly dirty, always wash hands with soap and water.”

Pareho lang daw na nakapapatay ng germs at viruses ang malamig at mainit na tubig. Basta raw ang mahalaga, gumamit ng sabon at malinis na tubig sa tuwing maghuhugas ng kamay.

CLEANING AROUND THE HOME
Source: UNICEF

            Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces in your home regularly is an important precaution to lower the risk of infection.”

            Ang mga high-touch surfaces na sinasabi ay ang door handles, mga mesa at upuan, handrails, kitchen at bathroom surfaces, taps, toilet, light switches, mga mobile phones, computers, tablets, keyboards, remote controls, game controllers at ang mga paboritong laruan ng mga bata.

            Sa paglilinis at pagdi-disinfect, dapat daw munang gamitan ng sabon o detergent at tubig kung marumi ang isang surface. Matapos ay gumamit ng disinfectant product na mayroong around 70% alcohol o kaya naman ay bleach. Hindi raw pinahihintulutan ang paggamit ng suka at iba pang natural products.

            Paano idi-disinfect ang mga ito? Ayon sa website ng UNICEF:
            It’s important not to wipe cleaning solutions off as soon as you’ve applied it to a surface. Many disinfectant products, such as wipes and sprays, need to stay wet on a surface for several minutes in order to be effective. Always read the directions to make sure you’re using the products as recommended and to avoid damaging sensitive items such as mobile phones and other electronic devices. Consider using wipeable covers for electronics.”

CLEANING CLOTHES
Source: UNICEF

            Hanggang ngayon ay hindi pa rin malinaw kung gaano katagal nananatili ang COVID-19 sa mga fabrics, subalit may mga plastic at metal elements ang mga ito na kung saan, maaaring manatili ang virus ng ilang oras o ng ilang araw.

            Kung sa loob ng tahanan, labhan ng regular ang mga bed sheets, tuwalya, at mga damit. Dagdag pa rito:

Don’t shake dirty laundry to minimize the possibility of dispersing the virus through the air. Launder items with soap or detergent, using the warmest appropriate water setting and dry items completely — both steps help to kill the virus. Wash your hands with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub, immediately afterwards. Wash or disinfect your laundry bag and hamper as well. Consider storing laundry in disposable bags.

Kung magpapa-laundry naman sa labas, kailangan munang ihanda ang mga ipapa-laundry upang hindi pabalik-balik at maiwasan ang mahabang oras sa labas ng tahanan. Subukan ding magtungo sa mga laundry shop sa mga oras na kakaunti ang mga tao. Panatilihin din ang distansiya sa ibang tao. Dagdag pa rito:

Wear disposable gloves if available, disinfect the surfaces of all machines you use and don’t touch your face. For indoor laundry facilities, wait outside for your laundry to finish if you can. Fold your laundry at home. Wash your hands with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub, immediately afterwards. Wash or disinfect your laundry bag/ hamper as well. Consider storing laundry in disposable bags.”

Kung wala naman daw access sa mga laundry facilities, i-hand wash na lamang daw ang iyong mga damit sa bahay gamit ang sabon o detergent at “warmest appropriate water.”

HANDLING AND PREPARING FOOD
Source: UNICEF

            Kahit na wala pang ebidensiya na siyang magpapatunay na maaaring makakuha ng virus mula sa mga kinakain at sa mga inihahandang pagkain, posible namang ma-infect ang isang tao kung nakahawak siya ng sa isang surface o bagay na kontaminado at saka naihawak sa kaniyang mukha.

The greater risk comes from being in close contact with other people while outside food shopping or receiving a food delivery (as receiving any delivery in areas with local transmission).”

Dahil dito, kailangang sumunod sa mga food packaging at handling precautions. Alisin ang mga unnecessary packaging at itapon agad ito sa mga “waste bin with a lid.” Hugasan ang mga unpacked produce, tulad ng mga prutas at gulay, sa “running water.” Matapos ang lahat ng ito, siguraduhin pa ring huhugasan ang mga kamay.

Ayon pa rin sa UNICEF website, narito ang ilan sa mga general food hygiene tips:
·        Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before preparing any food.
·        Use separate chopping boards to prepare uncooked meat and fish.
·        Cook food to the recommended temperature.
·        Where possible, keep perishable items refrigerated or frozen, and pay attention to product expiry dates. 
·        Aim to recycle or dispose of food waste and packaging in an appropriate and sanitary manner, avoiding build-up of refuse which could attract pests.
·        Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before eating and make sure your children do the same.
·        Always use clean utensils and plates.

Source: UNICEF

COMMENTS

Name

Entertainment,621,Food,8,Food & Travel,4,Furr,4,Health,30,News,409,Showbiz,135,Tips,15,Travel,2,World,48,
ltr
item
Furry Category: Cleaning at Hygiene tips laban sa covid-19 mula sa UNICEF
Cleaning at Hygiene tips laban sa covid-19 mula sa UNICEF
https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-kISaQ-kaRlU/Xq6tgsrNxmI/AAAAAAAAEQU/3MGbbDeIhH4NmsXjghJxeAZIW4A5LRAlgCNcBGAsYHQ/s1600/Untitled%2Bdesign%2B-%2B2020-05-03T073925.986.png
https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-kISaQ-kaRlU/Xq6tgsrNxmI/AAAAAAAAEQU/3MGbbDeIhH4NmsXjghJxeAZIW4A5LRAlgCNcBGAsYHQ/s72-c/Untitled%2Bdesign%2B-%2B2020-05-03T073925.986.png
Furry Category
https://www.furrycategory.com/2020/05/cleaning-at-hygiene-tips-laban-sa-covid.html
https://www.furrycategory.com/
https://www.furrycategory.com/
https://www.furrycategory.com/2020/05/cleaning-at-hygiene-tips-laban-sa-covid.html
true
1554150277128160871
UTF-8
Loaded All Posts Not found any posts VIEW ALL Readmore Reply Cancel reply Delete By Home PAGES POSTS View All RECOMMENDED FOR YOU LABEL ARCHIVE SEARCH ALL POSTS Not found any post match with your request Back Home Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January February March April May June July August September October November December Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec just now 1 minute ago $$1$$ minutes ago 1 hour ago $$1$$ hours ago Yesterday $$1$$ days ago $$1$$ weeks ago more than 5 weeks ago Followers Follow THIS CONTENT IS PREMIUM Please share to unlock Copy All Code Select All Code All codes were copied to your clipboard Can not copy the codes / texts, please press [CTRL]+[C] (or CMD+C with Mac) to copy