[Australia.com compiled report] During the Chinese New Year, the NSW government launched multilingual short videos and leaflets to remind the public to continue to take preventive measures during the celebration of the Chinese New Year.
SBS reported on the 12th that Jimmy Song from the Chinese Service Service (CASS) reminded Chinese friends to continue to observe the new crown safety measures during the celebration of the Chinese New Year in the video.He reminded that if you feel unwell during the Chinese New Year, you must go for a new crown test.
Western Sydney University medical professor Danforn Lim shared ten simple measures to ensure a safe holiday.Including as much as possible to limit the number of people gathering with relatives and friends, avoid holding large gatherings; avoid hugging or kissing people who are not from the same family or residence; maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters with others in both indoor and outdoor places; observe the number of home visitors and gather in outdoor public places Number of people; no tableware and food should be shared; one of them should be assigned to distribute food for guests; wash hands frequently; cough or sneeze into one's elbow; wear a mask when it is necessary or impossible to maintain a 1.5-meter social distance; Any symptoms of new coronavirus infection (such as fever, sore throat, cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell) should be tested for the new coronavirus as soon as possible and stay at home and away from others until a negative test result is obtained.
The NSW government has also introduced Chinese Cantonese,Promotional videos in multiple languages, including Korean, Korean and Indonesian, remind people in multicultural communities to stay safe while celebrating the New Year. (Compiled by Gao Jiawen)
Editor: Tan Yanhu
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