Infection Prevention and Control in IFRC vehicles

This guideline has been developed as part of the IFRC ongoing commitment to promote optimal standards of Infection Control within the organisation and working to support the effort of the National Societies in the fight against Covid-19 Pandemic. It promotes the use of ‘Standard Principles of Infection Control’ with the principle that every passenger is a potential risk of Covid-19 virus infection as the status of most people is unknown.

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