Advice & Tips

1. Wash your hands carefully

2. Social distancing

3. Store food

4. Obtain protective mask with minimum specification N95 FFP3

5. Avoid crowds

6. Self isolate as much as possible

7. Get survival gear

 

WHO CAN WE TRUST ?

No one! Authorities are calling for mass infections. It is said to be a bio-weapon. All countries etc handle it differently. Rely on yourself and your survival skills and instincts.

CALL 1177

It is doubtful that you will reach them or get any real help but if you feel sick then you can contact 1177 Sjukvårdsguiden  

ADVICE FROM HEALTH AUTHORITY (HÄLSOMYNDIGHETEN)?

Stay home if you are sick

If you feel symptoms such as sniffing, coughing or fever, try to avoid meeting other people. Don’t go to work, school or preschool. This is true even if you just feel a little sick. It is important not to risk infecting others. Stay at home as long as you feel ill. If you become poorer and unable to self-care at home, you can call 1177 for medical advice. Older people are more at risk of becoming seriously ill. Therefore, it is important not to unnecessarily visit people in hospitals and elderly homes. Do not allow such visits if you feel the slightest ill. You who work with elderly care should not go to work if you have a cough or a cold.  

Bear vary of signs of Coronavirus

The symptoms reported are mainly fever and cough. Respiratory, sniffing, sore throat, headache, nausea, muscle and joint pain are also common symptoms. Most people get mild problems that go by themselves with self-care in the home. Some become seriously ill with, for example, breathing difficulties and pneumonia. If you feel symptoms, try to avoid meeting other people.  

Wash hands often

Infectious agents get stuck easily on hands. They spread further when you take someone in hand. Therefore, wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Always wash your hands when you get home or when you come to work after going out, before meals, during food handling and after a toilet visit. Alcohol can be an option when you do not have the option of hand wash.  

Cough and sneeze in the arm fold

When you cough and sneeze, small, small droplets containing infectious agents are spread. By coughing and sneezing in the arm fold or in a paper handkerchief, you prevent infection from spreading in your environment or from contaminating your hands. Always throw the handkerchief in a trash can and wash your hands.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

Infection is spread through the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose and mouth. A common preventive measure against respiratory tract infections is to avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth.
 

Alcohol

If soap and water are not available, you can use hand spirit with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash your hands with soap and water if your hands are visibly dirty. NOTE: We want to correct the above that should be 75% Alcohol.