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Getting out of the house

Text updated on 2020-05-11

If you have symptoms, stay home and ask a neighbour, friend, or municipal worker for help.

⃞ fever

⃞ cough

⃞ sore throat

⃞ shortness of breath

⃞ loss of taste or smell

⃞ nasal congestion

⃞ nasal discharge

⃞ frostbite

⃞ diarrhea

Did you know that?An analysis of 1,099 patients COVID-19 in China showed that less than 50% of individuals had a fever at the time of hospital admission. Mild symptoms are therefore the most important to detect.For more information

How long is a person contagious?

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If you have a choice, go out on a day when you are well rested and have time to spare.

Did you know this? People who had indicated "often" for their frequency of contact with other people were proportionally more affected COVID-19 than those who had indicated "moderate", according to a retrospective study of January-February 2020 in Shenzhen, China. For more information

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Before going out, prepare a free space in your home (balcony, closet, etc.) to store objects from outside when you come in.

How long is the coronavirus infectious?

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Take a small bottle of hydroalcoholic gel with you so that you can wash your hands and decontaminate objects (credit cards, keys, etc.) if necessary.

Did you know that? The first hydroalcoholic solution was marketed in Hamburg in 1965. For more information

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If you think that you're going to run into other people, get out of the house with your mask over your face.

Did you know this? In a study of the SARS outbreak in Hong Kong, people who frequently wore masks in public were half as likely to be infected with the SARS virus as those who did not. For more information on the SARS outbreak in Hong Kong

Why and how to handle his mask?

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If possible: dedicate one hand for contact with external objects (elevator button, door handle, etc.) and one uncontaminated hand to handle your personal belongings.

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