This infographic outlines the guidelines set in place by Public Health England to combat the spreading of the COVID-19 coronavirus in care facilities.
The COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread in Europe, with hundreds of people diagnosed in the UK. A coronavirus is a common upper respiratory tract infection, which may be accompanied by fever, coughing and breathing difficulties. COVID-19 is a novel strand, first identified in Wuhan, China, in 2019.
Common symptoms resembles those of a flu, including coughing and a fever. The virus can be dormant for up to two weeks, and carriers may remain asymptomatic. The main line of defence against it is washing your hands several times per day. If you believe you or someone you know may be infected, it is advised that you contact NHS 111 instead of visiting a GP, pharmacy or hospital.
As the elder population, as well as those with serious chronic illnesses are more at risk, we have put together an infographic outlining the guidelines set in place by Public Health England to combat the spreading of the virus in care facilities.
You can now access all our handy Coronavirus material when you sign up to use our software. In response to the pandemic we have developed a range of features that care services can use to shield, monitor and save lives, including respiratory charts, cough and temperature recording tools, as well as a symptom dashboard.
Alongside these free tools, when you sign up you will get access to all our customisable and printable Coronavirus guidance documents.
Have a flick through some of our other articles.
Mark Topps discusses why evidencing service user goals is important for CQC inspections, how to track progress, and how to get service users involved.
Mark Topps explores how the CQC's new single assessment framework will impact learning disability care providers, with tips on how these services can prepare.