With the increased spread of Covid-19 Winters Property Management has adopted best practices as per HSE recommendations to prevent infection spread.
Wash hands properly and regularly
- After coughing or sneezing
- After toilet use
- Before eating
- If in contact with a sick person, especially those with respiratory symptoms
Cover mouth when coughing and sneezing
- Cover your nose and mouth with disposable tissues
- If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your arm or sleeve (not hand)
- Put used tissues into a sealed bin
- Wash your hands
What to do if you think you’re at risk of Covid-19 (Coronavirus)?
If you are not feeling well, check if you have symptoms of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). These are fever (high temperature), cough or difficulty breathing.
- If you do have symptoms of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), you should phone your doctor or emergency department (ED) immediately.
- Do not visit a doctor or ED – phone them first. This is so you do not accidentally put other people at risk. If you do not have a doctor, phone 112 or 999.
- Tell them about your symptoms. Let them know you have been to a country or region with a spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
- If your doctor thinks that you need to be tested, they will tell you where the test will be done. They will also tell you when to expect results.
- Avoid contact with other people by self-isolating.
We ask anyone who thinks they may have come into contact with the virus to take appropriate steps including self-isolation and adopt their meeting schedule accordingly.
Advice from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre www.hpsc.ie
- The risk of catching coronavirus in Ireland
- Symptoms of coronavirus
- When you may need to be tested for coronavirus
- How coronavirus is spread
- Protect yourself from coronavirus
- Children and coronavirus
- Treatment for coronavirus
- At-risk groups and coronavirus
- Pets and coronavirus
- Avoid all non-essential travel to China
Public health advice posters for COVID-19 are available on Gov.ie for download and display in public offices.
— HSE Ireland (@HSELive) February 27, 2020