Home Isolation
Home isolation measures for people with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 who do not need to be hospitalized and people who were hospitalized and then determined to be medically stable to go home.
You should follow the prevention steps below until a healthcare provider or local or state health department says you can return to your normal activities.
    Well ventilated non AC room
    Windows kept open during day time
    Room should have attached bathroom or separate bathroom for the suspected patient.
    Do not share utensils, linen or other items.
    Practice frequent handwashing with soap and water especially after toilet or
    contact with body fluids.
    Follow personal hygiene
    Follow respiratory hygiene
      Cover mouth and nose with mask or tissue while coughing or sneezing
      If mask or tissue is not available cough or sneeze to your flexed elbow followed by
      hand hygiene
    Three buckets for waste collection
      soiled linen, clothes, towel – disinfect with bleach, wash and sun dry before next use
      soiled mask, tissues, pad – for incineration
      for bio medical waste - for burial
    Room should be mopped with bleach solution
    Bleach solution can be used to clean furniture, wash basin, toilet seats etc
    Alcohol based hand rub at the room entrance to be used by care giver
    No visitors should be allowed
    Should not attend meetings, social gatherings, parties etc
    Avoid public transport
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