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'''1. Hand washing'''
 
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* Even if hands look clean, they can still be dirty
 
* Even if hands look clean, they can still be dirty
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* try and stay one large step away from people (more than 1m)
 
* try and stay one large step away from people (more than 1m)
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'''3. How to Cough'''
 
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* Always cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze!  
 
* Always cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze!  
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* Avoid getting closer than 2 arms lengths away from people.  
 
* Avoid getting closer than 2 arms lengths away from people.  
 
* If you must greet someone, then use your elbow or your feet
 
* If you must greet someone, then use your elbow or your feet
 
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Key topics and important information related to hygiene to prevent spread of Covid-19:
And, remember, you can always get the best health information from the World Health Organization (WHO). Please make sure any information that you're spreading is backed up by a public health agency advice and published research.

1. Hand washing

  • Even if hands look clean, they can still be dirty
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • demonstrate proper hand-washing technique


2. Social distancing

  • try and stay one large step away from people (more than 1m)
  • cover your mouth around sick people


3. How to Cough

  • Always cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze!
  • Best to cough into a napkin or cloth, and throw it away
  • If you don't have it, then cough into your elbow (this is much better than coughing into your hand, which then transmits the disease to surfaces)


4. Greetings

  • Avoid getting closer than 2 arms lengths away from people.
  • If you must greet someone, then use your elbow or your feet