During this Eid-al-Adha, which will take place while the Covid-19 epidemic continues, extra measures will continue to be taken for the sacrifice and afterwards for Covid.
First of all, maximum attention should be paid to mask and distance rules in areas where sacrifices are made. Hand hygiene should be strictly observed.
It should be noted that if there is someone with COVID-19 in the area where the meat is cut, it is possible to transmit the virus to the meat through droplets. If infected meat is cooked and eaten, COVID-19 is not transmitted. However, the main danger here is that if infected meat is touched, the virus transmitted from meat to hand can enter the body through mouth and nose contact and cause disease. Therefore, after contact with meat, contact with the mouth and nose should be avoided. Hands must be washed or disinfected after touching meat.
"COVID-19" is a disease that can be transmitted through droplets and contact. In particular, the disease after the Delta variant can be transmitted much more easily than before. For this reason, masks and distance should be paid attention to in the distribution areas, even if you are in the open area.
In order to preserve the meat of the sacrifice in a healthy way, the meat should be frozen in small pieces, in single-cooking portions.
Meat that has been frozen and thawed should not be re-frozen. Meat should be placed in the lower rows in the freezer. Meat stored in the refrigerator can be stored at "-2 °C" for a maximum of 1 week, while it can be stored in the freezer at "-18 °C" for 6 months.
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