The Minsa details that the continuous monitoring of these patients has allowed them to complete their 21-day isolation period without any problems and any health complications.
- Keep the person isolated in a room, preferably with its own bathroom.
- You and the patient must wear a mask during the care you perform and when handling their clothing or bedding.
- Wear a mask and disposable gloves when entering the room.
- The patient’s dirty clothes and bedding should be handled with the use of gloves, should not be shaken and should be quickly placed in a bag, avoiding mixing it with the rest of the clothes.
- Wash clothes with hot water and plenty of detergent. Use bleach if possible and laundry gloves.
- Wash the infected person’s silverware and dishes with hot water and detergent.
- Clean and disinfect all surfaces in the room or bathroom with bleach water or alcohol.
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