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new measures for people to wear masks

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PostWysłany: Czw Kwi 09, 2020 07:37    Temat postu: new measures for people to wear masks Odpowiedz z cytatem

On April 6, the federal government announced new measures for people to wear masks. Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada ’s Chief Public Health Officer, said: “Wearing non-medical masks is an extra measure you can use to protect people around you.”
This means that when you are in a public environment, everyone should wear a non-medical mask to prevent the virus from spreading in the community.
Tam said: "Wearing non-medical masks is another measure to protect others around you." Masks should not replace any previous preventive measures, you are in place.
The federal government stated that ordinary people should not wear medical masks in order to reserve equipment for patients and frontline medical workers. In addition, the mask should not be shared or reused from person to person, and must be removed without contact with the face.
Today, Québec Governor Francois Legot also emphasized that people should continue to take measures to wash their hands, socialize and avoid touching their faces.
Dr. Horacio Arruda, director of public health in Quebec, said he agreed with the federal government's decision, but masks are not always effective. He went on to say that a damp mask is no longer useful, it may provide a false sense of protection.
On Monday, the San Antonio Department of Health reported 46 new confirmed cases of coronavirus. The death toll remained at 12. There were 456 confirmed cases in the county. Of these cases, 77 have now fully recovered. Community transmission and close contact with cases are the main reasons for local cases. To view the latest data—tests performed, cases by zip code, recovery, deaths—and more, as well as suggestions on how to ensure your own safety, please visit the Metro Health website.
More than 500 Texas National Guard soldiers and pilots have been deployed to Texas to support COVID-19's response.
Tracy Norris, the deputy officer of the Texas military department, said Abbott gave them three tasks.
She explained: "One of them is to help the community to promote this sport through testing." "When necessary, it is also necessary to help make the bed. The last point is to ensure that goods that need to be transported across the state, such as personal protective equipment, can be delivered in time.
Norris said the guards also determined where they would build the temporary field hospital. Austin, Dallas Fort Worth, Houston, El Paso and Rio Grande Valley have been selected.
Norris added that the new mission will not interfere with security operations on the southwest border.
She said: "Therefore, as long as necessary, these soldiers and pilots will continue to perform the tasks assigned to them." In addition, they also received some additional protective equipment so that they can maintain safety and health and continue to work on the southwest border .
As of early March, approximately 1,700 National Guard soldiers were stationed on the border between Texas and Mexico. It is unclear how many of these people are from Texas and how many are from other states.
Due to the strong response of our community, many people voluntarily sewed surgical masks for us. However, we are happy to report that the local manufacturing company has accelerated the pace of mass production of masks and face masks for us.
Therefore, we do not need volunteers to sew masks for caregivers, and we will not mail or distribute sewing kits next week. We sincerely thank you for your help. Below you will find resources on how to sew masks for your family, friends and community.
We are also pleased to announce that the American Hospital Association has joined this cause and will promote support from manufacturers and the business community to help us increase the supply of personal protective equipment. The American Heart Association will establish contacts with hospitals, clinics, and health systems that require personal protective equipment.
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