MTU COVID19 OPERATIONS TEAM -

GUIDE TO PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES 28 FEB 2022 

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Public Health Measures Coming into Place on February 28th 2022

 

Wearing of masks and face coverings

No longer mandatory except on public transport and in healthcare settings

 

 

Stay safe

1.      Isolate if symptomatic

2.      Get your primary & booster vaccination

3.      Continue to manage risk to yourself and other more vulnerable people by…

·        Wearing masks

·        Physical distancing

·        Avoiding crowds

·        Hand & respiratory hygiene

4.      Continuing infection prevention and control measures in educational settings, including ventilation, hygiene measures and advice to stay at home if symptomatic

 

 

Confirmed Covid-19

1.      Self-isolate for 7 days

2.      Wear a medical grade or FFP2 mask for 10 days

 

 

Symptoms of Covid-19

If you are any of the following …….

1.      Over 55 and not boosted

2.      Have a high-risk medical condition

3.      Immunocompromised

4.      Live in a household with a person who is immunocompromised

5.      Provide care to a household with a person who is immunocompromised

6.      Pregnant

Self-isolate, get a PCR test, follow public health advice on test result

 

All others:

1.      No test required

Self-Isolate until 48 hours after symptoms resolve

 

 

If you are a close contact

1.      No test required if not symptomatic

2.      Self-isolate if symptoms develop

NOTE: Additional guidelines apply to Healthcare Workers

 

 

Source: Gov. of Ireland Website - Information on Public Health Measures Coming into Place from 28/02/22. - Updated on 22/02/2022