A message from your Doctors, Nurses and Health Professionals on Returning to Work.
Dos and Don’ts We Should Not Forget
As the Movement Control Order eases up, all Malaysians must remain mindful of their actions. From personal hygiene and to keeping a safe distance from strangers, here are some tips to keep in mind while at home or at work.
Keep a distance from others
Keep a physical distance of more than 1 metre and wear a mask when in public, including in queues and at your workplace. Take the stairs instead of the lift whenever possible to avoid close contact with others.
Stay home if unwell
Inform your manager or immediate supervisor if you are not feeling well, and stay home. If necessary, seek medical attention by visiting your nearest clinic or calling the Ministry of Health hotline.
Be careful when using public toilets
Always practise good hygiene when using public washrooms as these are high-risk areas. Disinfect door handles when entering and leaving. Most importantly, wash your hands thoroughly with soap after.
Avoid gatherings with co-workers
Avoid work-related gatherings like group meetings and using common spaces. If unavoidable, practice social distancing of more than 1 metre. Try not to share office supplies or equipment unless absolutely necessary. Avoid socialising, work related or not.
Protect your family when you go home
Upon returning home from work, avoid touching any surface and interacting with members of your household. Take a shower immediately, and soak your work clothes in soap and water to disinfect them.