Hình thức 1: Tự theo dõi sức khỏe tại nhà
Persons under medical supervision will provide contact information to keep in touch with medical staff. Limit contact with people around. No work, no school, no parties, events. Limit out of the home. If there is a need to leave home, wear a mask.
Hình thức 2: Cách ly tại nhà
Supervised people in private rooms, limit contact with family members, wear masks when leaving the room and are not allowed to leave the house.
The person in isolation must stay inside the house and not go out during the isolation period at home. If violating, quarantined people must go to concentrated isolation areas. While at home, the self-isolated subject must be in a well-ventilated private room, or be sure to be two meters away from other people's beds. Limit contact with all household members, do not eat together. If necessary, wear a mask and keep a distance of two meters. Wash your hands often with soap or disinfectant solution.
Must collect separately masks, tissues, nose wipes, mouth used in a separate garbage bag, neatly in the corner of the room. During isolation, if symptoms appear, the bag will be disposed of by medical staff in accordance with medical waste. When the isolation period expires without symptoms, this waste will be disposed of as normal waste.
Isolation people need to monitor their health daily by measuring the temperature in the morning and evening to see if there is a fever. Fever is when the body temperature is greater than or equal to 37.5 degrees Celsius. At the same time, when a cough, breathlessness or any health problem is detected, it must be immediately reported to a health care provider.
Health workers measure body temperature for isolation during a rehearsal to welcome 550 people at Ho Chi Minh City field hospital in March 2020. Ảnh:Quỳnh Trần
Hình thức 3: Cách ly tập trung
The quarantine will be isolated in a quarantine district or city to monitor and timely treatment if infected. The isolated areas must ensure essential living conditions such as electricity, water, toilets and bathrooms. Ensure ventilation, security, safety, fire and explosion prevention. Should be separate from residential areas or have a barrier and be convenient for travel, transporting isolated people, logistics, and transporting waste for treatment.
Health workers will monitor the health status and measure the isolated body temperature at least 2 times (morning, afternoon) a day.