Guangzhou Xincheng is a manufacturer in the environmental friendly materials and equipments.
Since the COVID-19 epidemic, every one of our sons and daughters of China has been actively fighting the epidemic. We are united, united and dedicated to the medical staff who are fighting on the front line. They are selfless to take back the death of our compatriots who are unfortunately infected with the epidemic. They regained their health. In fact, in this fight against the epidemic, the container house with "small space and big role" played a huge role. In Wuhan, the main battlefield of the epidemic in my country, the number of infections exceeded the number of patients accepted by local hospitals. Taking advantage of the convenience and rapid construction of container houses, two hospitals, Huoshenshan and Leishenshan, have rapidly emerged, which greatly relieved the pressure on the admission of patients in Wuhan. At the same time, during the high epidemic period, most cities and towns in our country have implemented travel control measures. Many public servants and volunteer workers stay at the stationing points 24 hours a day. In order to allow them to have a relatively warm working place, container houses can be used overnight. Time appeared in the neighborhood office, village entrance and other places that needed to be stationed, which was convenient for them. During the fight against the epidemic, these more versatile, functional, and beautiful prefabricated integrated houses were efficiently assembled and quickly applied to the fight against the epidemic. At the same time, after the fight against the epidemic is over, these container houses can be disassembled and reused, which is very environmentally friendly and economical. Therefore, the container house has become the most ideal building form for temporary residence and office, and it is also the most suitable building form to deal with emergencies.
Keep at least 1 meter away from others to reduce the risk of infection when they cough, sneeze or talk. When indoors, keep a greater distance from others. The farther the better.
Make wearing a mask the norm when you have other people around you. The correct use, storage and cleaning or handling of masks is the key to maintaining their effectiveness.
The following is the basic method of wearing a mask:
Clean your hands before putting on the mask, before and after removing the mask, and every time you touch the mask.
Make sure that the mask covers your mouth, nose and chin.
When you take off the mask, please store it in a clean plastic bag. If it is a fabric mask, wash it every day or throw the medical mask in the trash.
Do not use masks with valves.
How to make your environment safer
Avoid closed, crowded or spaces that involve close contact.
An epidemic has occurred in the following situations: People gather in crowded indoor environments (restaurants, choir practice ranges, fitness classes, nightclubs, offices, and places of worship) and talk loudly, yell, pant, or sing.
The risk of contracting COVID-19 is higher in crowded and poorly ventilated spaces, because infected people stay close together for long periods of time. In these environments, the virus seems to be spread more effectively through respiratory droplets or aerosols, so it is more important to take preventive measures.
Meet people outside. Outdoor gatherings are safer than indoor gatherings, especially when the indoor space is small and there is no outdoor air ingress.
Avoid crowding and indoors. If you can’t do it, take precautions:
Open windows when indoors to increase the amount of natural indoor ventilation.
Don't forget the basic elements of good hygiene
Clean your hands regularly and thoroughly, using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water. This will eliminate bacteria, including viruses on your hands.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. Hands touching many surfaces can be contaminated with viruses. Once contaminated, the hands will pass the virus to the eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and infect you.
When coughing or sneezing, cover your nose and mouth with a bent elbow or a tissue. Then immediately throw the used tissues into the closed trash can and wash your hands. By maintaining good ‘respiratory hygiene’, you can protect those around you from the viruses that cause colds, flu, and COVID-19.
Clean and disinfect surfaces frequently, especially those that are frequently touched, such as door handles, faucets, and phone screens.
What to do if you feel sick
Know all the symptoms of COVID-19. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, dry cough and fatigue. Other uncommon symptoms that may affect some patients include loss of taste or smell, pain, headache, sore throat, nasal congestion, red eyes, diarrhea, or rash.
Even if you only have mild symptoms such as cough, headache, and mild fever, you should stay at home and self-isolate until healed. Call your healthcare provider or hotline for advice. Ask someone to bring you some supplies. If you need to leave your home or someone is by your side, please wear a medical mask to avoid infecting others.
If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention immediately. If possible, make a call first and follow the instructions of your local health department.
Obtain up-to-date information from trusted sources, such as WHO or local and central health authorities in your country. Local and national authorities and public health authorities are best suited to advise on how people in your area should protect themselves.