2, do a good job of hygiene and cleaning usually do not share cleaning supplies with people, such as sheets, washbasins, towels, etc., will increase the risk of HPV infection, and should be hygienic and clean before and after sex. If men have reproductive diseases, such as balanitis, dermatitis, etc., sex life should be prohibited to avoid inflammation invading the vagina to cause gynecological diseases and increase the probability of HPV infection.
(1) urge all classes to strictly implement the sanitary disinfection system, and regularly clean, disinfect and record the building blocks, books, teacups, towels and other items in the class in accordance with the requirements of the “articles disinfection routine”. Increase the frequency of disinfection during the epidemic of infectious diseases.
With the smoke rising in the kindergarten, all the teachers and children took immediate action, and the teachers organized the children to cover their mouths and noses with wet towels, bowed and bent down to evacuate quickly and orderly from the designated route.
Do a good job of dormitory sanitation in time. Return from the outside, after coughing hands, before and after meals, wash your hands with hand sanitizer (or soap) and rub your hands for at least 20 seconds. Students do not share personal belongings such as towels.
Participants are required to bring their own personal belongings such as swimsuit, swimming cap, swimming goggles, bath towels, towels and so on. Applicants must be in good health and meet the healthy travel standards required for epidemic prevention and control. Patients with diseases not suitable for swimming are not allowed to register (if there is an accident due to concealing their health condition, they will bear the consequences).
If you are interested, you might as well play the same game with children of different ages. If you look carefully, you will find that when you hide a toy under a towel, children within six months will only look disappointed and do not know how to look for it, but children of about 1 year old will know how to lift up the towel and take out the toy hidden below. Because the baby thinks that the covered thing has disappeared, and the 1-year-old or so child knows that the covered thing can still be found. Practice has proved that the concept of “object permanence” has sprouted in the brain of about 1-year-old children.