10 Febuary 2021 - Reunion meals take on a different form this year, with some families adopting various eating habits to keep themselves safe. Dr Raymond Fong, Chief and Senior Consultant, Department of Infectious Diseases, shared some tips to maintain hygiene and safety practices at home before and while receiving visitors. On sharing snacks from common containers, he highlighted that contamination via saliva, fingers or droplets from coughing, talking or sneezing may occur. These surfaces should be frequently sanitised with wipes, especially after a batch of guest leaves.
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