Corona: How to reduce the risk of infection

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Corona: How to reduce the risk of infection

As we all know, coronavirus broke out in China in December 2019. In China, but also the rest of the world, this virus is now spreading around. Because the virus is transferable from person to person, the spread can be rapid. Do you want to protect yourself against the virus? Then read this blog.

With simple measures we can reduce the chance of further spread of the coronavirus as much as possible. Read below what you can do yourself. Most importantly: stay home if you are showing symptoms, keep away from others, wash your hands, sneeze and cough in your elbow and do not shake hands.

What can I do to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection?
With the following measures you reduce the risk of contamination of yourself and those around you:

Stay home with complaints of the common cold, cough, sore throat or fever.
Limit contact with other people.
If you have no complaints, you should still work at home as much as possible or try to spread your working hours.
Wherever possible, keep at least 1.5 meters away from others. Even if you have no complaints.
Do not shake hands.
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water (at least 20 seconds).
Use the inside of your elbow while coughing or sneezing.

We know that Turkey is a go-to-place for medical aesthethics and many people op to get their hair transplant done in Turkey. As a hair transplant clinic in Turkey, we have taken all preventive measures against all kinds of infectious diseases. Since the outbreak of the covid19(coronavirus), we immediately have taken additional preventive measures and have informed all Hair Transplant patients regarding the measures, precautions, and restrictions.
We keep our preventive measurers at top-level to provide high-quality healthcare and believe that with all the hard work and cooperation, we will be able to defeat the covid19 as soon as possible.

 

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