Coronavirus – symptoms and treatment

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Coronavirus – symptoms and treatment

Coronavirus – symptoms and treatment

Coronavirus is currently the most popular topic of the day around us.
Probably most of us know everything or almost everything about the virus symptoms, tests and treatment but this knowledge is never too much especially for people working among many people and for people who often moving around in connection with work.

Our employees from House and Office Clearnce Ltd who provide house clearance and office clearance services they change their workplace every day. Everyday they work in new places and every day among new peoples.
They and their clients should know how to prevent coronavirus transmission and what to do when they suspect its presence.
Our employees, like other people working among people, should remember such recommendations as:
– frequently hand washing
– washing hands before every even the smallest meal
– if you have a cough, be sure to catch coughs and sneezes with tissues
– wash hands after every using tissues
– don’t touch your nose, eyes and mouth with unwashed hands
– don’t contact with peoples who feel not well and have cold symptoms.

Till now is no evidence that you can catch coronavirus from parcels and letters or from food. So, don’t worry, that way virus will not jump to you. Viruses like coronavirus cannot live for very long outside the body.

How do I know if I’ve got coronavirus?
The new coronavirus seems to start with a fever and a dry cough and after a few days leads to shortness of breath.

These symptoms do not necessarily mean you have the illness because they are similar to other viruses such as colds and flu.

If you feel these symptoms you are advised not to go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital but should call to dedicated phone number 111 coronavirus service, operating in UK.
There a doctor or nourse will give you advice on what to do next.
More information about coronavirus on NHS website here

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