Handbook of COVID-19 Preventionand Treatment
Health Management(1) The front-line staff in the isolation areas – including healthcare personnel, medical technicians and property & logistics personnel – shall live in an isolation accommodation and shall not go out without permission.
(2) A nutritious diet shall be provided to improve the immunity of medical personnel.
(3) Monitor and record the health status of all staff on the job, and conduct health monitor-ing for front-line staff, including monitoring body temperature and respiratory symptoms; help address any psychological and physiological problems that arise with relevant experts.
(4) If the staff have any relevant symptoms such as fever, they shall be isolated immediately and screened with an NAT.
(5) When the front-line staff including healthcare personnel, medical technicians and property & logistics personnel finish their work in the isolation area and are returning to normal life, they shall first be NAT tested for SARS-CoV-2. If negative, they shall be isolated collectively at a specified area for 14 days before being discharged from medical observation.4Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment
Post time: Mar-19-2020