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Sequence of removing protective equipment

Update:19-10-2021
Summary:

(1) Take off non-piece protective clothing ①Leave the i […]

(1) Take off non-piece protective clothing
①Leave the isolation room or contaminated area. Take off in the isolation room (cannot pollute other people).
②Take off the gloves, put them inside out, and put them in a yellow infectious medical waste bag.
③Wash your hands (hand disinfection).
④ Take off the isolation gown or protective clothing and shoe covers, put the inside out, and put it into a yellow infectious medical waste bag.
⑤Wash your hands (hand disinfection).
⑥Pull your finger back into the hat, gently take off the hat, turn the inside out, and put it into the yellow infectious medical waste bag. Take off the goggles or face shield, and put the reused ones into disinfectant directly for disinfection, or put them in a double-layer yellow infectious medical waste bag and send them to the designated place for disinfection.
⑦Washing hands (hand disinfection).
⑧Remove the mask. First take off the lower mask belt, and then take off the upper mask belt together with the mask. Take care not to touch your face with your hands.
⑨Washing hands (hand disinfection).
(2) Take off the protective clothing
①Leave the isolation room or contaminated area. Take off in the isolation room (cannot pollute other people).
②Take off the gloves (such as wearing double-layer gloves, take off the outer gloves), put the inside out, and put it into a yellow infectious medical waste bag.
③Wash your hands (hand disinfection).
④ Take off the protective clothing and shoe covers, put the inside out, and put it into a yellow infectious medical waste bag.
⑤Wash your hands (hand disinfection).
⑥ Take off the goggles or protective mask. Take off the mask or mask, first take off the lower mask belt, and then take off the upper mask belt together with the mask. Be careful not to touch your face with your hands. Reusable goggles, protective masks or masks should be placed directly in the disinfectant for disinfection, or placed in a double-layer yellow infectious medical waste bag and sent to the designated place for disinfection.
⑦Washing hands (hand disinfection).
⑧Pull your finger back into the hat, gently take off the hat, turn the inside out, and put it into the yellow infectious medical waste bag.
⑨Washing hands (hand disinfection).
⑩Take off the inner gloves (such as wearing double gloves), wash your hands (hand disinfection).

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