Caused by coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the Covid 19 virus is transmitted by droplets, person-to–person and may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces
According to the CDC, higher risk persons are any with a reduced immunity:
Persons with chronic conditions eg Diabetes
Persons at risk should avoid travel, crowds and take precautions Phone the Dr and alert them before you see them so that proper precautions can be taken
Persons who suspect they have been infected or in contact with the virus or confirmed to have the virus should stay in self – isolation or according to Dr’s prescription and as the symptoms dictate
Symptoms: 2 – 14 days after exposure
Emergency signs according to the CDC official website. Consult medical counsel immediately if you have:
Other bug avoidance procedures which could be useful for the workplace or home, especially for higher risk times....
Please only use your/one cup/mug and wash it out yourself to avoid sharing the bugs. Sharing aint caring in this instance :)
Keep the mug in a separate place, not in the kitchen eg your desk and use one set of crockery/knives and forks for lunch/eating.
Please note this this article is working on suggested ideas and current information, it in no way replaces medical opinion or diagnosis
If you use any medication, it is paramount that you consult a physician about any medications you are taking. Any changes need to be assessed by a medical physician only.
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