Here’s the public transport guide!
Train coach of Line 3 (File picture)
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Since 0:00 on February 10, the opening and closing time and departure interval of public transport and rail transit in the main urban areas of Chongqing have returned to normal. Meanwhile, more enterprises have resumed work in an orderly manner. Public transport is an essential commuting tool for many office workers. During the special period of the epidemic, citizens should also protect themselves when taking the public transport. Recently, the reporter interviewed He Yong, director of Respiratory and Critical Medicine Department of Daping Hospital, and asked him to tell you the precautions for taking public transport.
Wear mask properly, and gloves if necessary
When taking public transport, please wear masks all the way, and do not take them off in the middle. If possible, you can choose to wear disposable gloves and throw them after using. If you need to touch the armrest or pull ring, please wear gloves as much as possible until you arrive at the destination, and then take them off. After you take off the gloves, wash your hands immediately with alcohol hand sanitizer and soap.
Strengthen hand hygiene
Please wash your hands after taking public transportation. During riding, do not touch mouth, eyes or nose with your hands.
Avoid contact with others
When taking public transport, keep a good distance from other passengers and avoid contacting with others.
Listen to the staff
Obey the arrangement of public transport staff and consciously accept the body temperature measurement. In case of suspected or confirmed cases, follow the instructions and isolate them in time. Do not leave without permission.
Do not go to work when not feeling well
Please pay attention to your physical condition every day. When you have fever, cough and other symptoms, you should go to a designated hospital in time according to the regulations, try to avoid taking public transport, and never go to work when not feeling well.
Keep good habits
When taking public transport, do not spit or sneeze randomly. You can sneeze with a mask, or cover your mouth and nose with a tissue, or cover your mouth and nose with clothes at your elbow.
Keep track of your trip
It is recommended to record the number and time of the track you have on the way to and fro work. If you have any suspected symptoms, please report the itinerary in time. Also, please pay attention to the activity track of the confirmed patients. If there is a consistent time with your peers, please isolate them in time. (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)