Specialists may suggest home consideration on the off chance that somebody in your family:

-has coronavirus (COVID-19)

-was tested for COVID-19 and is waiting for the results

-has flu like symptoms (like a fever, cough, and sore throat)

Any individual who is suspected — regardless of whether they don’t know without a doubt they have coronavirus (COVID-19) — should remain at home except if they need clinical consideration. This keeps the disease from spreading to others.

What if I feel sick?

When Should I Call the Doctor?

On the off chance that you are suspecting your family member getting more ill, call your primary care physician right away. Tell the specialist concerning their side effects and whether they have been tested for coronavirus (COVID-19).

In the event that your family member has to go to the specialist:

-The individual should wear a fabric face mask, if accessible.

-Keep tissues handy in case they have to cough or sniffle.

-Keep them isolated in a room and attempt to minimize your direct contact with them.

-Use face masks, sanitizer before handing over food and other essentials. Do not touch your face and nose.

-Keep the infected family member’s daily essentials and toiletries separate. Sanitize their clothes and other things.

-Maintain your personal hygiene while you are staying in the same home as the infected individual. Maintain distance.

-Go to the emergency room or call the government issued helpline if your family member experiences difficulty breathing, is sick, or exceptionally tired.

What Else Should I Know?

In case you’re thinking about somebody with coronavirus or who has coronavirus symptoms, continue avoiding potential risk until your primary care physician allows.

It can get really lonely and exhausting for people who are sick and need to remain at home. While they’re isolated from family, colleagues, and companions, they need to feel the companionship. So, keep providing them the moral support.

 

 

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