What masks to use and when to wipe them off

Julytime to vacation Based on tripsin Italy and abroad, for many people, this year unfortunately with bugbear Corona virus diseasewith flourishing infection Which is being recorded day by day in our country, outside, and above all because of the boom sub variant Omicron of the virus known as Ba5. “At this stage, it is distinguished by its circulation Variables” From SARS-CoV-2 Highly contagious, there may have been a sharp increase in the proportion of people who contracted an infection that was not notified to surveillance systems for reasons of underdiagnosis or “self-diagnosis” (diagnosis is done by do-it-yourself tests). Higher Institute of Health (issue), in the two recent expanded reports on the trend of Covid-19 in Italy, highlighting that this may lead to an underestimation of the infection rate, and therefore the relative risks and efficacy of vaccination.”

What precautions should be observed to safely leave for vacation? And what behaviors should be observed to try to reduce its risks? infection? When should I masks (Not mandatory for trips in an airport), and what kind of personal protection should be used? When do I tampons?

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WHO alert

In Europe, countries have “abolished anti-Covid measures”, so “the virus will be transmitted at high levels during the summer” and “increased infection rate in people at risk of developing serious diseases will lead to increased hospitalizations, greater disruption to basic health services and unfortunately can lead to a surplus deadIt’s the fear he has expressed. Hans KlugeRegional Director ofWorld Health Organization (Who is the) for Europe.

On the other hand, «the prevalence of sub-variables Omicron BA.4 And the Bachelor 5On the other hand, an increase tripssummer gatherings and events”, are the main factors that prompt the WHO’s number one in Europe to issue a warning: “New cases of Covid-19 have doubled in the last month across the region” and “we should be concerned” due to this trend representing A “difficult reminder” reminds us that we are “not out of danger yet.”

For Kluge, “regardless of whether countries loosen or tighten infection control measures,” we can all do our part to protect ourselves and others, by following some simple practices like Wash hands regularly And the vaccinate usThus, “increasing immunization rates, especially among the elderly and with other chronic diseases.”

The Ten Commandments of the World Health Network

Here’s how to reduce the risk of infection while traveling: Behaviors to note have been set before World Health NetworkThe main advice is to limit contact with people. Or rather, it’s better to just hang out with the people you live with, or be part of a small group that includes the people you live with and a few other people (basically always the same group of people). But if there is an occasion or event where you need to meet someone else, how do you stay safe (we and the people we meet as well as the people we live with)? Here is a booklet of suggestions to reduce the risk of infection: Communication; travel safely; air quality; Serum; Few and short contacts; Test, mask, self-diagnose, return safely.

1) Communication: It is advisable to communicate in advance with people who have concerns about infection. This is because some preventative measures require some planning, so they should be discussed with the people you intend to date. We must remember to pay special attention to the protection of vulnerable family and friends.

2) Safety while traveling: Social contacts should be restricted before making the trip. After that, it is recommended to wear a high-quality, well-fitting mask (N95, KN95, KF94, FFP2) and goggles or a mask. If car sharing is used, the motorist should be required to wear a mask and inquire about any symptoms. Ensure that the ventilation system inside the vehicle is not in the recirculation position. Use restrooms before traveling and, if possible, avoid using shared public services. Keep alcohol-based wipes and hand sanitizer on hand to sanitize bags (especially handles) and hands. Detailed travel safety precautions can be found here: whn.global/guidelines/index.php/Travel

3) Air quality: Indoors, leave windows open if possible when there are no air purifiers. Opening windows at least every 20 minutes to encourage air exchange greatly reduces the risk of transmission of Covid-19.

4) Vaccines: The available vaccines are very effective and reduce the chances of infection. It is recommended to take a booster dose (booster) before traveling.

5) Contacts: Minimize contact with other people to reduce the risk of infection.

6) Test: If the swab result is positive, you can decide not to take the trip. If you have symptoms, it is best not to travel.

7) Short meetings: It is preferable to reduce the time you spend in the company of other people if you are in closed places.

8) Masks: Single masks are relatively inexpensive and, when worn correctly, are very effective in preventing transmission. Here are in-depth instructions on the correct use of masks: covidactiongroup.net/mask-fit-matters

9) Self-diagnosis: If you are not feeling well, it is better to isolate yourself and take the test. If symptoms caused by the disease occur and the test fails, it is best to isolate yourself.

10) Return safely: It is advisable to plan your return trip in advance so that you can take a trip by following all precautions to protect yourself and the people you live with. It is suggested that you get tested when you return home, and if symptoms of the disease appear, it is advised to self-isolate.

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