Do not share daily use items among household members. Keep furniture and tableware clean. Wash, hang dry and air towels, clothes and quilts often.
Touch things only when necessary outdoors. Wash hands immediately after coming back home. Wash hands
(1)after coughing or sneezing;
(2)after touching public items like doorknobs;
(3)before, during and after preparing food;
(4)before and after meals;
(5)before and after using the toilet;
(6)after taking care of the patient;
(7)after touching animals;
(8)after handling faeces.
3.Proper hand washing
Wash your hands with soap and running water if your hands are visibly contaminated otherwise you can also use alcohol-based sanitizer instead. Avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes, especially before washing hands.
4.Food Preparation and cooking
When preparing food, make sure the raw and cooked food are treated separately. The water should be boiled and food cleaned and cooked thoroughly.
5.Individual serving of meals
Portion the meals for everyone or use serving chopsticks and spoons when eating together.