Wash hands & disinfection, Noro is no longer poisonous!

Norovirus, also known as Norovirus, is highly infectious and mainly transmitted by the intestines. It can be transmitted through contaminated water, food, articles, air, etc., often in densely populated places such as schools, restaurants, hospitals, and nurseries. Causes concentrated disease. Norovirus infectious diarrhea is a self-limiting disease. There are no vaccines or special effects at present. Pay attention to personal hygiene and food hygiene is the key to prevent this disease. Once infected, timely and effective disinfection is particularly important and can block its spread.

Question 1: How to disinfect?

1. Disinfection of vomit and feces

The vomit is completely covered with a chlorinated disinfectant containing 5000mg/L~10000mg/L with gauze, etc., and carefully removed. Contaminants in toilets or containers can be carefully poured into a sufficient amount of chlorinated disinfectant from 5000 mg / L to 10000 mg / L for more than 30 minutes and discharged into a sewage treatment system with a disinfection device.

2. Surface, wall and other surface disinfection

Surfaces of objects that are frequently in contact (such as door handles, desks and chairs, dining tables, crib railings, stair handles, toys, etc.) are soaked, sprayed or wiped with a disinfectant containing 1000 mg/L of effective chlorine. After 30 minutes, wipe with water. .

3. Disinfection of clothing, bedding and other fabrics

The solid soil was removed and immersed in a chlorine-containing disinfectant solution having an effective chlorine content of 500 mg/L for 30 minutes, followed by washing. If not disinfected immediately, they should be placed in a sealed bag and disposed of as soon as possible.

4. Disinfection of food and beverage appliances

After the meal (drinking) and food processing tools remove the food residue, boil and disinfect for 30 minutes, or use the effective chlorine to soak or wipe the 500mg/L chlorine disinfectant. After 30min, wash it with water.

5. Disinfection of drinking water and water supply facilities

Contaminated water and water should be stopped immediately. Thoroughly clean and disinfect the polluted water supply pipe network, water tank, bottled water machine and straight drinking fountain. Soak it with 100mg/L disinfectant solution for 1 hour and rinse the pipe network.

6. Indoor air disinfection

Keep indoor air circulation. Natural ventilation or mechanical ventilation can be adopted, and the unmanned space can also be disinfected by ultraviolet rays. The indoor air can not be disinfected by spraying disinfectant.

Question 2: How to wash your hands effectively?

Disease control experts reminded that it is the key to prevent Norovirus infection and wash hands frequently. Washing hands is one of the most effective ways to stay away from germs and prevent cross-contamination in daily life.

1. When should I focus on washing my hands?

Wash out your hands from the hospital, before, after, after going home, after touching garbage and animals, after sneezing or coughing, and after touching coins.

2. Effective hand washing method?

Pay attention to washing your hands with running water and soap (soap). The procedure is simple and summarized as palm-palm-finger-finger-finger-finger-wrist, at least 15 seconds. Rinse your hands thoroughly with clean water, dry your hands thoroughly with a dry towel or toilet paper. After cleaning your hands properly, do not touch the faucet directly to prevent further dirty hands.