Throwing away 

    If you, or someone in your house is using lots of tissues, it might be easiest and safest to throw them straight in to a bag. When it is full you can tie it up ready to be thrown away.

    Any items that might have coronavirus on them should be put into a bag, tied up, and then put in to another one. The bag should be left somewhere outside for 3 days before going out for collection, so that the viruses have died by the time the rubbish is collected.

    Blowing away 

    Opening windows as often as possible will allow fresh air to come in and viruses to go out of your home. This stops the virus collecting in the air. This is very important when there are several people in a room together, or if someone is ill.

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