Infection preventionists are preparing for COVID’s second wave

Part of the process are education and establishing plans

June 26, 2020

Those in healthcare and infection prevention must focus on sustainable efforts to combat COVID-19 and maintain readiness and response without burnout, according to n article on the Infection Control Today website.

Part of the process are education and establishing plans.

Sometimes the hardest thing is recognizing when we need to start looking again at personal protective equipment (PPE) re-use efforts, surge capacity, and all the other aspects of pandemic response that had to be implemented initially, according to the article.

Having COVID-19 plans, like information on extended use of N-95 masks, or duration of isolation, available online on intranets can be helpful. 

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