Guide

Organizer

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Personal hygiene

 

Promote Epidemic Prevention Measures to Partners and Participants


Staff managing participants should exercise caution to avoid risk of infection. Pre-event staff training for epidemic prevention procedures is of vital importance. Prior to the event, the organizer should hold an online epidemic prevention briefing detailing epidemic prevention measures for all persons who will enter the event venue, so that participants at home and abroad can attend the event with peace of mind. The organizer should state that if epidemic prevention measures are not followed at the venue and communication with on-site staff proves to be unsuccessful, the individual’s right to attend the event can be revoked. The organizer can take advantage of channels such as the event’s official website, SMS, newsletters, advertisements, printed promotional materials, social media, and websites of co-organizers, etc.
 

Health Education Promotion

 


 

A. B.

According to CECC recommendations, people with severe infectious diseases should immediately seek medical attention and recuperate at home while avoiding gatherings. Those with a fever should avoid gatherings for at least 24 hours after they show no fever without the use of antipyretic medicine. Participation should be avoided on the day of the gathering if the criteria are not met. The organizer can refuse entry to or isolate people with symptoms on the day of the event.

Participants are advised to wash hands regularly with soap and water or sanitize them with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. It is important to wash hands immediately after coughing, sneezing, or using the restroom, especially if your hands have been in contact with bodily fluids, including saliva, mucus, urine, or fecal matter. In addition, try to avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

 

Promotion of Epidemic Prevention Measures and Health Education at Public Facilities


Epidemic prevention measures and health education promotion can be done near major public facilities (such as venues, main entrances and exits, information desks, and registration desks) in the form of LED marquees or such to serve as constant reminders for participants and staff.
 

 

Forehead Temperature Check, Mask-wearing, Disinfection with Alcohol


Participants must wear masks at all times during the event and have their temperature checked prior to entering the venue on a daily basis. Those with a fever (higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius) cannot enter for at least 24 hours after they show no fever without the use of antipyretic medicine. People with severe infectious diseases should immediately seek medical attention and recuperate at home while avoiding public gatherings. The organizer has the right to refuse entry.

 

It is suggested that staff managing the entrances and exits wear medical latex gloves and replace them regularly to reduce the risk of exposure.
 

 

People should maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters indoors and 1 meter outdoors

Non-contact Infrared Thermometer
 

Personal hygiene

 

Promote Epidemic Prevention Measures to Partners and Participants


Staff managing participants should exercise caution to avoid risk of infection. Pre-event staff training for epidemic prevention procedures is of vital importance. Prior to the event, the organizer should hold an online epidemic prevention briefing detailing epidemic prevention measures for all persons who will enter the event venue, so that participants at home and abroad can attend the event with peace of mind. The organizer should state that if epidemic prevention measures are not followed at the venue and communication with on-site staff proves to be unsuccessful, the individual’s right to attend the event can be revoked. The organizer can take advantage of channels such as the event’s official website, SMS, newsletters, advertisements, printed promotional materials, social media, and websites of co-organizers, etc.
 

Health Education Promotion

 


 

A.

According to CECC recommendations, people with severe infectious diseases should immediately seek medical attention and recuperate at home while avoiding gatherings. Those with a fever should avoid gatherings for at least 24 hours after they show no fever without the use of antipyretic medicine. Participation should be avoided on the day of the gathering if the criteria are not met. The organizer can refuse entry to or isolate people with symptoms on the day of the event.

B.

Participants are advised to wash hands regularly with soap and water or sanitize them with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. It is important to wash hands immediately after coughing, sneezing, or using the restroom, especially if your hands have been in contact with bodily fluids, including saliva, mucus, urine, or fecal matter. In addition, try to avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

 

Promotion of Epidemic Prevention Measures and Health Education at Public Facilities


Epidemic prevention measures and health education promotion can be done near major public facilities (such as venues, main entrances and exits, information desks, and registration desks) in the form of LED marquees or such to serve as constant reminders for participants and staff.
 

 

Forehead Temperature Check, Mask-wearing, Disinfection with Alcohol


Participants must wear masks at all times during the event and have their temperature checked prior to entering the venue on a daily basis. Those with a fever (higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius) cannot enter for at least 24 hours after they show no fever without the use of antipyretic medicine. People with severe infectious diseases should immediately seek medical attention and recuperate at home while avoiding public gatherings. The organizer has the right to refuse entry.

 

It is suggested that staff managing the entrances and exits wear medical latex gloves and replace them regularly to reduce the risk of exposure.
 

 

People should maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters indoors and 1 meter outdoors

Non-contact Infrared Thermometer
 

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