Make sure any blisters or rash on your body is completely covered. For example, by wearing a long-sleeved top and full-length trousers.
Wear a well-fitting surgical face mask or a double-layered face covering while you're outside your home.
Keep the time spent outside your home as short as possible.
Avoid contact with objects such as furniture in public spaces.
If you need to travel for essential purposes you should walk, cycle or drive yourself. If this is not possible, you can be driven by a household member as long as they are not pregnant or have a weakened immune system. You should wear a well-fitting surgical face mask or double-layered face covering while in the car.
If private transport is not available, public transport can be used. You should avoid busy periods. Cover any blisters or rash with cloth. For example using scarfs or bandages. Wear a well-fitting surgical face mask or double-layered face covering.
Ask friends or relatives to help with buying groceries, other essentials or collecting medication, or order them online. Friends, relatives and delivery drivers should leave items outside your home and should not come inside. They should not touch anything that you have touched.