1. Wash your hands frequently, wash your hands before and after going out, and keep your hands clean. Especially after going out, the first thing to do is to wash your hands with running water to prevent germs from invading the human body through the mouth, nasal cavity, and conjunctiva.
2. Take protective measures when you go out. Before going out, you can measure your body temperature, evaluate your physical condition, and prepare the required masks and disinfection tissues.
3. Be cautious about the way of travel, try to walk, cycle or drive a private car to and from get off work. If you must use public transportation, you must wear a mask all the way and avoid touching the objects on the car with your hands.
4. When taking the elevator, you also need to wear a mask. The elevator space is relatively private. Wear a mask and keep hygienic with the elevator passengers. Try not to sneeze or cough. Try not to communicate in the elevator, do not rub your eyes or touch your face with your hands, and wash your hands as soon as you get out of the elevator.
5. Try to eat at home as much as possible. If you eat in the cafeteria, it is recommended to eat separately, avoid pushing, and try not to talk during meals.