June 4, 2021Comments Off on Who Should Get Tested for COVID-19? Posted in: Technology
unprecedented time of crisis, the COVID-19 cases are increasing exponentially.
The chances that you will get exposed to SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes
infection) continue to increase. If you’ve been exposed to someone with
COVID-19 or begin to experience symptoms of the COVID-19, you should
self-quarantine or self-isolate yourself for 14 days to avoid the spread of the
disease and go get rapid testing. Self analyze day to day signs and symptoms of coronavirus. The
virus’s incubation period is around 5 to 7 days, but it can be up to 14 days.
If you don’t develop symptoms by the end of 14 days, good news you don’t need
to test. Patients can stop self-isolating once their doctor advises them it is
safe to do so. Generally, factors to consider are:
You have had 24 hours without fever (off of anti-fever medication)
December 30, 2020Comments Off on How to Protect Yourself against COVID-19 Posted in: Home
is a large family of pathogens. Each strain of coronavirus is not equally
dangerous, four strains (types) of coronavirus cause mild illnesses like the
common cold. Covid testing is the only way to know if you have
it for sure.The three others can cause fatal infections. One of them is
SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. SARS-CoV-2 stands for severe acute respiratory
syndrome coronavirus 2.
body has not been exposed to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), our bodies
aren’t well equipped to deal with COVID-19. A vaccine would allow the body to
safely develop an immune response to COVID-19 that could prevent or control
infection. As some of the vaccines are at later stages of Phase-3 Clinical
Trials, they would still take an estimate of 8-16 months to develop for
worldwide use, so until then follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) to
avoid the transmission of disease.