What Should You Do in Hospitals?

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3 Things to Do in the Hospital Against Coronavirus

3 Things to Do in the Hospital Against Coronavirus

3 Things to Do in the Hospital Against Coronavirus

Individuals with respiratory indications and symptoms should:

1. Put on a mask while waiting in medical facilities or waiting areas or during public transportation within the facility;

2. Put on a mask when staying in areas next to suspected, known or confirmed cases;

3. Do not put on a mask when separated in single rooms however cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing with  paper tissue. Dispose them suitably and be aware of the hand hygiene right afterwards.

Information about the novel coronavirus is quickly changing. As a result, some of the information or advice in this article may be out-of-date.

We have a vaccine for the flu. We have anti-viral medications designed to treat the flu. We have a sense of what to expect when we catch the flu, and when it’s necessary to seek medical attention. Health officials have experience treating the flu, and tests to help diagnose the flu, right there in the office, while you wait.

Against the new virus, we have none of this. The coronavirus is unknown to our species. Once it breaks into one of our cells, the extent of its spread through the body seems to vary significantly. The experience can slowly progress from the familiar—cough, press, fever—to a life-threatening inflammatory response as the virus spreads down into the lungs, filling the airways with fluid. Descendants can have strong scarring in the lungs. The coronavirus can also spread into other organs, causing liver damage or gastrointestinal disease. These effects can play out over longer periods than in the flu, sometimes waxing and waning. Some patients have begun to feel better, then fallen critically ill. The virus can be deadly despite receiving optimal medical care.

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