Prehospital Emergency Care – Guide for donning and doffing

Ambulance responders should ensure they use the appropriate PPE to limit droplet transmission from patients with suspected COVID-19 if they are going to be within 2 metres of the patient.
• Place a surgical mask on the patient (if tolerated).
• Limit personnel within 2 metres of the patient to those that are necessary.
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