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COVID-19 Response, Nepal

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Rescue work by VCN Volunteers

Jumbo Flood Sindhupalchowk District, Nepal
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Relief Distribution

Haripur - 4, Sarlahi District, Nepal
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COVID-19 Response

Mass Antigen Testing in Muktichhetra Mustang
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COVID-19 Second Wave Response

COVID-19 Emergency Relief Project
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Under the description Emergency Relief and Recovery

Food Relief to Households in Barhabise Sindhupalchowk

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HOW TO USE MASK ? COVID-19 PREVENTION

Wearing a medical mask is one of the prevention measures that can limit the spread of certain respiratory viral diseases, including COVID-19. However, the use of a mask alone is insufficient to provide an adequate level of protection, and other measures should also be adopted. Whether or not masks are used, maximum compliance with hand hygiene and other IPC measures is critical to prevent human-to-human transmission of COVID-19. WHO has developed guidance on IPC strategies for home care12 and health care settings11 for use when COVID-19 is suspected.