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Personal protective equipment (PPE) for airports and airplance cleaning crews

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      Ebola and other viral hemorrhagic fevers can spread through direct contact with blood or body fluids (such as saliva or urine) of an infected person or by objects contaminated with the blood or body fluids of an infected person. Prevent directly touching infected materials by properly wearing the recommended personal protective equipment (PPE). It is important to help protect you, and all pieces of PPE should be worn properly throughout your period of potential exposure. PPE is not required during routine cleaning and other activities. While you are cleaning areas that might have been contaminated with body fluids that came from someone who might have been infected with Ebola, you should wear two pairs of waterproof disposable gloves, long-sleeved waterproof gown, face mask, and eye protection such as face shield (preferred) or goggles. You should also wear close-toed shoes with booties (shoe coverings).
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