字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 This is what you can expect if you think you have the Corona virus and go to your local emergency room. Extraordinary precautions are being taken to make sure patients don't spread the virus to other patients or medical staff. At the hospital at ST Joseph Hospital in Orange County, California, staff are bracing for a potential outbreak. What is our initial response? How are we going to be able to greet the public when they come in? The front doors of the emergency department becomes critical. Medical personnel will wear heavy duty, face masks and face shields when treating Corona virus patients. Anyone suspected of having the virus will be taken to isolation rooms, where this robot uses ultraviolet light to sterilize the environment. By now, you know that frequent hand washing is important and sanitizer also works. But it's difficult to come by in stores. With all the panic buying going on, you're actually telling us we can make it at home. Yes, is actually very simple. Using three ingredients, N. Y u public health expert Dr Jack Caravan Nose tells Megan Alexander. All you need is 1/3 cup of pure Allah vera gel to soften your skin aged 10. Drops of an essential oil like lavender to give it a cent and 2/3 cup of rubbing alcohol is a backup. You can actually use vodka. Yes, but you need very strong vodka. You need a 1 51 proof mix it all up and voila. That smells and feels exactly like the hand sanitizer I buy in the store. The Corona virus scare is also reminding people about the importance of taking basic hygiene precautions that you may not have thought about before the remote control. We all know how much we use this, and they're really difficult to clean, So these need to be thoroughly cleaned. Okay. So white it a couple times a day? Yes, with a hand sanitizing white. No, wait, Megan, what you want to do is use a pen. Ah, great idea. Yes. You don't want to touch anything that other people touching in New York subways. The whip of bleach is everywhere. Today, surfaces are disinfected. If you need to take public transportation, there are a couple ways to protect yourself. First, don't use your bare hand to hold onto the handrail. Use your sleeve or you can grab it with your arm and the whole coat is texting the handrail, not your skin. Experts say you should also avoid touching your face. The average person touches their face two or 3000 times a day. We position to camera on Inside Edition reporter Alison Hall. Sure enough, she touched her face 28 times in 50 minutes. All right.