How to protect yourself against coronavirus, depending on your situation?

How to protect yourself against coronavirus, depending on your situation?

Wash your hands, wear a surgical mask, avoid gathering, stay confined at home ... Faced with the Covid-19 epiderance, how cmic in Fan you protect yourself and others from the virus? Reminders.
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Do you have symptoms of Covid-19?
"We are at war" against an "invisible, elusive enemy", said Monday evening the President of the Republic, who calls for "general mobilization" to slow the spread of the coronavirus responsible for "the biggest ion on travel, at least for the next two weeks. Nurseries, schools and universities are closed, as are restaurants, bars, and shhealth crisis that has known France for a century ". Emmanuel Macron has announced a significant restrictops not essential to the life of the nation. Meetings are prohibited. From now on, to leave your home, you will need to have a travel certificate signed on your honor, at the riskith a patient or through an infected surface. Its symptoms are similar to those of other viral infections: fever, cough, body aches, difficulty breathing. Note: some patients develop an asymptomatic form of the virus.
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You have no symptoms and how to deal with the spread of the virus, depending on your situation.


 are not at risk?

If you do not have symptoms, have not been in contact with a sick person, do not return from a risk zone and are not among the “fragile” people (elderly or suffering from serious illnesses / chronic pathologies) ), likely to contract the virus, it is not necessary to wear a mask at home. Instead, take measures called "barriers" to limit the risk of contracting the virus or transmitting it: wash your hands frequently (rub 30 seconds minimum) or use hydro-alcoholic gel, sneeze or cough in your elbow (cough or sneezing in your hands will spread the virus more easily), avoid touching your face (nose, eyes or mouth are possible entry points for the virus) and use disposable tissues.

Respect movement restrictions and avoid direct contact with your containment partners. Handshakes and hugs (kisses included) are always strongly discouraged. These measures apply regardless of your situation, faced with an epidemic risk (seasonal flu, gastrointestinal).

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