The end of the procedure

At the end of the procedure, protective clothing used for source isolation is either discarded in the room or, if the aprons are to be reused, hung inside out on single hooks in the room. In the latter case, the inside of the apron must be clearly marked. Protective isolation aprons are removed after leaving the room. All discarded materials from source isolation should be treated as infected waste and discarded in accordance with the local waste disposal policy. Persons leaving source isolation should wash their hands before leaving the room, and an alcohol rub can also be applied as a further precaution against transmission.

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