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CDC guidelines to keep you and your practice safe from COVID-19 infection.
As the coronavirus makes its way around the world and governments struggle to contain it, doctors are put at risk each time a patient each time they see a patient exhibiting symptoms. The Centers for Disease Control produced these guidelines to keep your practice safe should a patient exhibit signs of the virus but notes that these tips are only useable in a healthcare setting.
Minimize chances for exposure
Upon arrival and during the visit:
Adhere to standards, part 1
Adhere to standards, part 2
Manage visitor access and movement in the facility
Implement Engineering Controls
Monitor and manage ill and exposed healthcare personnel
Train and educate personnel
Implement infection control