Revised SOP for conducting research to contain the spread of Covid-19
0
NEW DELHI: The Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has published the revised SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) on preventive measures to be followed when conducting research to contain the spread of Covid-19.

Since the examination centers are frequented by a large number of students (as well as their parents) and employees for the entire duration of the examination, the Ministry has approved the revised SOP for the implementation of the examination.

According to the revised SOP, the use of face coverings / masks is mandatory. Candidates are advised to practice frequent hand washing with soap (at least 40-60 seconds), even if the hands are not visibly dirty. Wherever possible, alcohol-based hand sanitizers can be used (for at least 20 seconds).

Respiratory etiquette must be strictly followed by everyone. This includes the strict practice of covering your mouth and nose with a handkerchief / handkerchief / bent elbow when coughing / sneezing and properly disposing of used handkerchiefs.

Highlights of the revised SOP

1) Physical distancing of at least 6 feet where possible.

2) The use of face coverings / masks is mandatory.

3) Practice frequent hand washing with soap (at least 40-60 seconds), even if the hands are not visibly dirty. Wherever possible, alcohol-based hand sanitizers can be used (for at least 20 seconds).

4) Respiratory etiquette must be strictly observed. This includes the strict practice of covering your mouth and nose with a handkerchief / handkerchief / bent elbow when coughing / sneezing and properly disposing of used handkerchiefs.

5) Self-monitoring of health by everyone and reporting of diseases at the earliest.

6) Spitting is strictly prohibited.

7) The installation and use of the Aarogya Setu App is recommended to all, as far as possible.


Click here to read the Ministry of Health’s revised SOP

.

NEET 2020: Government of Bengal to lift lockdown on September 12th – Education

Previous article

The delay in FYJC approval is causing Maharashtra colleges to worry about completing curriculum and holding exams – education

Next article

You may also like

Comments

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *