Face Mask


Protective Clothing


Tips for personal protection

This Protocol is used for the prevention and control of the new coronavirus pneumonia among professionals who carry out epidemiological
investigations, work in isolation wards and medical observation sites, are involve in transporting of cases, infected persons and dead bodies, as well as
environmental cleaning and disinfection, specimen collection and laboratory work etc

Personal protection equipment and its usage


When entering a contaminated area or performing diagnosis and treatment, one should wear disposable rubber or nitrile gloves according to the work content; disinfect, replace gloves and perform hand hygiene in time when contacting different patients or when the gloves are broken.

Medical protective masks

When entering a contaminated area or performing diagnosis and treatment, one should wear a medical protective mask or a powered air filter respirator. Before each wear, an air tightness check should be performed. When wearing multiple protective equipment, one should ensure that the medical protective mask is removed as the final step.

Protective face shields or goggles

When one is entering a contaminated area or performing diagnosis and treatment, and when one’s eyes, eye conjunctiva, and face are at risk of being contaminated by blood, body fluids, secretions, excreta, and aerosols, one should wear a protective face shield or goggles. After taking off reusable goggles, one should sterilize and dry it in time for the next use.

Protective suit

When entering a contaminated area or performing diagnostic and treatment, one should change his or her personal clothing and wear work clothes (surgical scrubs or disposable clothing, etc.), plus protective clothing.

Hand hygiene

All personnel participating in the field work should strengthen their hand hygiene measures. An effective alcohol-based hand-drying disinfectant can be selected, or directly wipe with 75% ethanol disinfection; Those who are allergic to alcohol, can choose the effective non-alcohol hand disinfectant such as quaternary ammonium disinfectant; Under special conditions, you can also use 3% hydrogen peroxide disinfectant, 0.5% IodoPhor or 0.05% chlorine-containing disinfectant to wipe or soak your hands, and appropriately prolong the disinfection time. Hands should be washed with liquid soap and running water before disinfection when there are visible pollutants.