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COVID-19 Tips

What is Coronavirus?

Understanding COVID-19

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.

Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness.

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Main Symptoms

What Are The Main Symptoms?

The COVID-19 virus affects different people in different ways.COVID-19 is a respiratory disease and most infected people will develop mild to moderate symptoms and recover without requiring special treatment. People who have underlying medical conditions and those over 60 years old have a higher risk of developing severe disease and death.

Common Symptoms Include:

  • Fever

  • Tiredness

  • Dry Cough

Other Symptoms Include:

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Aches and Pains

  • Sore Throat

Get Assessed

Do not enter society if you have COVID-19 symptoms.

Remain mindful of your health and help to stop the possible spread of this highly contagious virus. If you have a fever, cough, intestinal issues, headaches, or believe you may be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, particularly if you have been exposed to a patient diagnosed with the virus, call out of work and stay home. Isolate within your home if possible.

  • Make sure you are assessed by a Doctor so as to better understand your current health needs. The assessment will help determine if you need to be tested or if you have not had the Corona Virus and if you need further assistance.

  • Do not enter society if you have Covid-19 symptoms. Remain mindful of your health and help to stop the possible spread of this highly contagious virus. If you have a fever, cough, intestinal issues, headaches or believe you may be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, particularly if you have been exposed to a patient diagnosed with the virus, call out of work and stay home. Isolate within your home if possible.

  • Take Advantage of the Viral Concierge Program Provided to You.

  • Sanitize and Wash Hands Frequently

Wash Your Hands

How to Wash Your Hands Properly

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Get Back To Life

Take Advantage of the Viral Concierge Program Provided to You.

Log in to the portal and find a doctor to speak with immediately and set an appointment to COVID-19 PCR, antibody or antigen testing, and disease management counseling. Find out what options are available to you and consider leveraging them to assess your risk so that you can protect yourself and everyone around you.

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  • Whether you are in school or at work, continue to work remotely.

  • Many schools and businesses have found that during the safer-at-home mandate working remotely has shown to be productive and safe, as long as you are following the parameters set forth by your school/employer. Here are some good tips: 20 Tips To Working From Home

  • Running essential errands Both the CDC Daily Life Coping and the FDA Food Safety have set forth helpful guidelines to stay safe during the pandemic. For the most part, if you can, keep shopping on-line, getting items delivered, and following the advice of the experts. If you are an essential worker, it goes without saying, but we are all grateful you have courageously taken on the task of continuing your craft.

  • If you go back to your daily working routine, make sure you have everything you need at your disposal. Keep sanitizer, masks, gloves, and wipes in a kit that is easily accessible. keep your distance when passing people in hallways and be open to the different parameters

  • Back Inside? Open a Window/Get an Air Purifier fan To help minimize the risk of the airborne virus circulating your domicile or place of employment, open windows or doors and use air-purifying fans (Dyson) to help circulate air.

Stay Safe & Informed

Sanitize your environment and stay on top of the latest safety precautions.

Continue to follow the CDC’s best practices for personal sanitation habits. Disinfect common areas in your workspace and wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds frequently throughout the day. Disinfect and sanitize door handles electronic devices and equipment, per your employer’s safety and sanitation guidelines.

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  • Social Distancing is Key. As you navigate your way out of quarantine and back into society, every restaurant, store, public space will have parameters set. Take every precaution possible to maintain a safe social distance while getting back to your everyday activities.

  • Wear a Face Mask. Most businesses have set parameters for entering their establishments. Some even provide masks This safety measure is particularly crucial if you work in the service, retail, or restaurant industries and will be interacting with a variety of customers throughout your shift. See what the CDC says here: Face Coverings

  • Minimize Exposure. The virus may be more likely to spread in common areas frequented by the public, such as cafeterias, waiting rooms, fitness facilities, elevators, and lobbies. As much as you can, minimize the amount of time you spend in common areas.