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In cold winter, we open windows for ventilation less frequently. The relatively closed space, however, increases the risk of respiratory infectious diseases such as influenza. So, how to do home cleaning and disinfection in winter? Here are 7 must-do things for you.

1.Ventilate regularly. According to the specific weather conditions, ventilate 2 to 3 times a day. It should be no less than half an hour each time. And remember to keep yourself warm when ventilating.

2.Wash hands frequently. Wash your hands before eating and after going out and going home, especially before touching your mouth, eyes and nose. It is also necessary to disinfect your hands with sanitizer after touching potentially contaminated items.Change and wash clothes on time. Change and wash your clothes frequently when you go out. If necessary, you can use boiling water for disinfection, or 84 disinfectant for soaking and disinfection following the product manual.

3.Change and wash clothes on time. Change and wash your clothes frequently when you go out. If necessary, you can use boiling water for disinfection, or 84 disinfectant for soaking and disinfection following the product manual.

4.Keep the house clean. Doorknobs, telephones, desktops and other surfaces frequently touched by hands should be cleaned every day. If necessary, use 75% alcohol or 84 disinfectant and other disinfectants to wipe and disinfect them.

5.Disinfect the tableware regularly. Especially after receiving a visitor at home, the tableware that needs to be disinfected can be boiled for more than 15 minutes in a special pot.

6.Deal with oral and nasal secretions. Family members should cover their mouth and nose with tissues when coughing or sneezing. Used tissues and other garbage should be placed in a separate garbage bag and disposed of in time. It is best for family members to avoid contact.

7.Pay attention to the use of chemical disinfectants. Wear masks and gloves when disinfecting. And be careful to do it appropriately in case of excessive disinfection and chemical pollution.

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