Guidance for preventing, controlling COVID-19 infections in medical institutions

Posted on 2020-05-02
It focuses on three locations in a medical institution: the reception desk, the fever clinic, and the general outpatient area, with medical caregivers demonstrating the prescribed procedures in each step in real contexts.
Take, for example, the standard process a doctor goes through in putting on and removing his protective equipment before and after he receives patients in the consulting room of the fever clinic.
Hygienic requirements and the space arrangement in the medical institution are also addressed to minimize nosocomial COVID-19 infections.
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