The Ministry of Health, with the update it made in the Covid-19 Outbreak Management and Working Guide, recommended that the social distance from 1 meter to 2 meters in all workplaces such as shopping malls, barbers, hairdressers, beauty salons, stationery and so on, also brought the HES code control obligation in many sectors. .
An update was made in the “Epidemic Management and Work” section of the Covid-19 guide by the Scientific Advisory Board of the Ministry.
According to the updates, in which the circular of the Ministry of Interior regarding the third stage of the gradual normalization is taken into account, and the previous changes in the Contact Follow-up, Outbreak Management, Patient Impression at Home and Filiation Guide are reflected, shopping malls, barbers, hairdressers, beauty salons within the scope of the fight against Covid-19 It was recommended that the social distance, which was previously determined as 1 meter, should be more than 2 meters in all workplaces such as
In addition, it was added to the guide that the situation of “being together for 10 minutes without a mask and closer than 2 meters” in such workplaces will be considered as “close contact”. This time was previously 15 minutes.
In the guide, it was stated that those who may have contact with people closer than 2 meters and longer than 10 minutes should use face protection.
HEPP CODE APPLICATION WILL BE USED IN MANY SECTORS
With the update made in the guide, it was stated that the HEPP code application used in areas such as shopping malls should be used in more sectors.
In this context, it was stated that HEPP control will be carried out at the entrance to restaurants, restaurants, cafes, patisseries, pastry shops, dessert shops and all businesses that offer food and beverage services, sports halls, and astroturf facilities.
It was noted that the HEPP code query should be made at the entrance of the animal sales and slaughter areas during and before the Eid al-Adha.
NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINE MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR COMMON USE IN WORKPLACES
On the other hand, newspapers, magazines and the like may be kept in the workplaces for common use. Those who use them will be reminded of the hygiene practices regarding the use of hand antiseptics and hand washing before and after contact.