How to return to school during COVID 19

How to return to school during COVID 19

According to the announcement of the Ministry of Education, that on July 1, 2020, teaching and learning in schools will begin as usual. But we still need to be careful and adapt to the safety of COVID 19 as well. In the previous article. We introduced “ How to Prevent COVID 19 in Schools and Schools ” as well as “ Tips to Prevent COVID 19 ”. Help you cope with a new way of life (New Normal) after the COVID-19 situation improves. ” Let’s go today, we will introduce some practical ways for students, students. I can assure you that you will be able to go back to school without having to panic about the coronavirus anymore .

Symptoms of COVID 19

To be in a crowded crowd It is a risky situation for coronavirus or COVID 19. So if everyone Help look out for yourself, friends, and those around you about COVID symptoms. Who is likely to show symptoms similar to COVID? It will be very easy to control. It is also easy to manage.

The most noticeable symptoms of COVID 19 are high fever (over 37.5 ° C), sneezing, coughing, sore throat, or difficulty breathing. Because this virus is a virus that is involved in the respiratory system Can read the article “I feel sick Is there a headache, heat, sore throat, is it COVID 19? ”More about the differences between the common cold and COVID 19.

Note: Human body thermometers that can measure fever

Include Thermometer in a glass tube, thermometer, digital and infrared thermometers.  When screening large numbers of people, it is suggested that 0t penetrating infrared thermometers are safest. Most of which are the ones that shoot on the forehead, as we often do, and for anyone who wants to have a personal thermometer, I recommend a digital thermometer. Because it is easy to carry and has an affordable price

Common symptomsLess common symptomsSymptoms not found

  1. Has a high fever 87.9%
  2. Dry cough 67.7%
  3. Fatigue, exhaustion 38.1%
  4. Cough with sputum 33.4%
  5. Shortness of breath 18.6%
  6. Sore throat 13.9%
  7. Headache 13.6%
  8. Joint pain – muscle 4.8%
  9. Cool 11.4%
  10. Nausea 5%
  11. Nasal congestion 4.8%
  12. Diarrhea 3.7%
  13. Coughing blood 0.9%
  14. Red eye 0.8%
  15. Runny nose

These symptoms will help you to screen yourself and those around you as well. If found that anyone has the symptoms mentioned above Students must stop studying and go see a doctor or notify the communicable disease control staff immediately call 1669. Do not travel on public transport. While going to see a doctor along with Always wear a mask while traveling.

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