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If I have corona?

If I have corona? What do you going with Coronavirus? Have you consider Early care and aftercare of corona. Here are up-to-date details for Coronavirus for getting avoid illness.

What is the Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus can cause a cold. Some people get worse complaints, such as pneumonia. Also, the virus is contagious. The virus can pass from one to the other via droplets in the air. A corona test can show that you have corona.

How can I get the Coronavirus?

You can get the virus from someone else with the virus.

  • When someone with the virus coughs or sneezes, tiny droplets of the virus are released into the air. You can breathe it in.
  • You can also get the droplets on your hands and body. For example, if someone shakes your hand. Or if someone nearby sneezes. 
  • If you touch your eyes, mouth, or nose with your hands, the virus can enter your body. 

The sicker someone is, the more virus is released into the air. This person, therefore, spreads a lot of viruses.

Someone who is not so sick spreads less virus. Someone without symptoms can also spread the virus: 1 to 3 days before that person gets symptoms. 

The virus can also survive outside the body. We don’t know precisely how long, probably short. You are unlikely to get the virus if you touch things or other things.

See also, The British coronavirus strain 70% more contagious.

How do I avoid getting the Coronavirus?

Tips to avoid getting or spreading a virus:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. Dry them with a paper towel. Dispose of this immediately in the trash.
  • Always uses hand alcohol or hand gel when there is no tap or soap, for example, after blowing your nose. 
  • Cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow.
  • Touch your eyes, nose, and mouth as little as possible or try to avoid it.
  • Use tissue paper to blow your nose. Dispose of the tissues immediately.
  • Keep 1.5 meters away from others. Do not touch others. Even don’t shake hands with others.
  • Do not go to places where there are many people. 
  • Work from home if you can.
  • Open all ventilation grilles at the top of your windows at home. Or if you don’t have these grilles: make sure that a small upper window is open. This way, fresh air can always enter, and dirty air can escape. Also, open a window or door at least once a day for 30 minutes. Do this, especially if you are with more people. A lot of fresh air can quickly enter, and dirty air can escape. 
  • Necessary: Do not visit the elderly, people with less immune systems,s or a chronic illness with complaints. 
  • You can safely see your doctor or general practitioner. Your doctor or general practitioner will take measures to prevent infection.
  • No evidence taking extra vitamins helps to prevent corona in yourself.
  • It is unknown if vitamin D helps against corona. Doctors cannot, therefore, recommend or advise against vitamin D. 
  • Many people do need extra vitamin D. Check here if this is the case for you. 
  • Some injections make your resistance to the Coronavirus stronger. You can consider whether you want to get these injections.

Advice for strengthening your body

Your resistance must work properly. You are less likely to become seriously ill if you get the Coronavirus. 

Advice for taking good care of yourself and living a healthy life :

  • healthy food
  • Active exercise every day for at least half an hour, for example, walking outside for half an hour.
  • a good night’s sleep
  • enough relaxation
  • quit smoking
  • drink less alcohol 

If you are overweight, losing weight will help improve your health. You can lose weight by exercising more and by eating or eating healthy. People who are overweight (obesity) are more likely to become seriously ill from the corona. It is unknown whether losing weight helps you get less sick or get corona less quickly.

Healthy living also positively affects how you feel. The corona rules make more people feel lonely, sad, or anxious. With lots of (outside) exercise, good sleep, healthy food, and less alcohol, you often feel much better psychologically.

See also, Five tips to improve your body.

The British coronavirus strain 70% more contagious
The British coronavirus strain 70% more contagious

What can I do if I am older or chronically ill?

You are more likely to get very sick from the Coronavirus in these situations. The more points are correct for you, the more risk you have. 

  • You are over 70.
  • Your immune system is less good, for example, due to a severe illness or medicines that slow down the immune system. 
  • You have diabetes with high blood sugars for a long time or damage to your organs due to diabetes.
  • You already have severe heart disease or lung disease, for which you see a specialist.
  • You have kidney disease that requires dialysis.
  • You have severe liver disease.
  • You have HIV. (With HIV, it depends on the severity of your illness. Your doctor can tell you.)
  • You are very overweight: your BMI (Body Mass Index) is higher than 40. A little overweight can also increase your risk.

Do you have a higher risk? Then follow the general advice as well as possible. Also, follow this extra advice:

  • Are you going to visit, or are you receiving visitors? Then call each other shortly in advance. Postpone the visit if one or more points are correct:
    • Your visit has complaints (cold, sneezing, cough, sore throat, increase, fever).
    • Your visit has been close to someone with corona less than 14 days ago.
    • Your visit had returned from an area with code orange or red less than 14 days ago.
  • Preferably sit outside with visitors. Out is better than inside; keep a distance of 1.5 meters at all times.
  • You can go outside. Please note that you can always keep 1.5 meters away from other people. Here is the advice:
    • Travel by public transport as little as possible or try to use private vehicles.
    • As little as possible, go to places where many people are together. For example, supermarkets, hardware stores, or busy shopping streets. Ask someone else to run errands for you. Or have your groceries delivered to your home. 

You can safely go to your doctor if necessary. Your doctor or general practitioner will take measures to prevent infection.

If you wish, you can talk to your doctor about your wishes if you develop corona (or any other disease). 

Are you taking any medications that reduce your resistance? Never stop taking these medications just like that. Always consult your doctor first. 

Pregnant and corona

If you are pregnant, you don’t have to worry about the corona. You will not get the Coronavirus any faster. You also do not get extra sick from corona when you are pregnant. As far as we now know, corona cannot harm the baby in your tummy. Like everyone else, try to prevent corona by following the advice.

How bad is it if I get corona?

Most people get few complaints. They are also better in a few days. Sometimes the virus can cause severe pneumonia. Then it takes longer to heal: a few weeks or more. People who have pneumonia are often very sick. They usually have a fever and have difficulty breathing (for example, when walking).

When should I call the doctor?

Do you have one or more complaints: cold, sore throat, cough, temperature above 37.5 degrees, difficult breathing, less good taste or smell? Then get tested for corona.

  • Immediately call the Health Service if one or more of these points are right for you:
    • you will get sicker in a few days
    • you are breathing faster or more difficult (for example, when walking)
    • you get more and more confused
    • you have a fever (38 degrees or higher) for more than three days
    • you are over 70, you have a chronic illness or less immunity, AND you develop a fever
  • DO NOT go to the doctor. The doctor or assistant will ask you questions on the phone.
  • If necessary, your doctor will examine you. The doctor ensures that this can be done safely, in practice, or at home. The GP wears glasses, a mouth mask, gloves, and a protective coat or apron.

What will I notice with the Coronavirus?

Complaints that often occur with the new Coronavirus are:

  • fever (38 degrees or higher) or a feverish feeling
  • cough (with or without mucus)
  • tiredness 
  • difficult or fast breathing, for example, when walking 
  • suddenly smell or tasteless good
  • cold, sore throat

Complaints that occur slightly less often are:

  • muscle pain or joint pain 
  • headache 
  • chest pain

You will not get complaints immediately if you have the virus. It usually takes 5 to 6 days for the protests to start.

You can also get complaints after two days. 

It never takes longer than 14 days for the complaints to start.

Are you pregnant? As far as we now know, corona cannot harm the baby in the tummy. You will also not become extra ill from corona if you are pregnant.

Who is more at risk of getting very sick from the Coronavirus?

You are more likely to get very sick from the Coronavirus in these situations. The more points are correct for you, the more risk you have. 

  • You are over 70.
  • Your immune system is less good, for example, due to a severe illness or medicines that slow down the immune system. 
  • You have diabetes with high blood sugars for a long time or damage to your organs due to diabetes.
  • You already have severe heart disease or lung disease, for which you see a specialist.
  • You have kidney disease that requires dialysis.
  • You have severe liver disease.
  • You have HIV. (With HIV, it depends on the severity of your illness. Your doctor can tell you.)
  • You are very overweight: your BMI (Body Mass Index) is higher than 40. A little overweight can also increase your risk. 

Find out when to call here. Your doctor will discuss whether you can and want to be treated in a hospital or at home. Are you taking any medications that reduce your resistance? Never stop taking these medications just like that. Always consult your doctor first. 

See also; Coronavirus survives nine days on dry surfaces.

Advice if the test shows you have corona

Advice for your health

Stay at home. Take care of yourself. You can be very tired due to the Coronavirus. Keep following this advice:

  • Drink 2 liters of fluid per day. 
  • Keep a glass or bottle of water nearby. Take a sip regularly.
  • You sweat a lot when you have a fever. You lose a lot of moisture. Then you also need a lot of water. Otherwise, the body will dry out. 
  • Eat enough. Are you unable to spread or cook your bread? Ask others for help. 
  • Get plenty of rest.
  • Do you lie in bed a lot? Try to get out regularly. It prevents thrombosis (blood clots in a blood vessel). Walk around your room a bit. Or to the toilet. Try to be out of bed for at least 5 to 10 minutes 3 times a day.
  • In case of a fever: Put on thin clothing that fits loosely around your body. In bed, a sheet is often sufficient when you are hot. 
  • This way, your body can get rid of the heat. For advice on fever, see fever.
  • Do not put a cold or wet cloth on the skin. Also, don’t rinse or sponge your skin with cold water.
  • For advice on coughing, see coughing.  
  • Try to quit smoking. People who smoke are more likely to get very sick from the corona.

Advice not to pass the virus on to other people 

  • Only the people who live with you are allowed to stay in the house with you. No other people are allowed into the house.
  • Stay in your room as much as possible, if possible. You can sit in your garden or on your balcony.
  • Allow your family/housemates to enter your room as little as possible.
  • Stay 5 feet apart. So no hugging, no kissing, and no sex.
  • You use your separate cutlery, plates, cups, and glasses.
  • You use your toothbrush.
  • You use your separate towels.
  • Use tissue paper for sneezing or coughing. Don’t have a tissue? Then cough into your elbow.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. After coughing and sneezing, always do this after going to the bathroom, cleaning and tidying up, and before eating.
  • Open all ventilation grilles at the top of your windows at home. Or if you don’t have these grilles: make sure that a small upper window is open. This way, fresh air can always enter, and dirty air can escape. Also, open a window or door at least once a day for 30 minutes. A lot of fresh air can quickly enter, and dirty air can escape. 
  • Clean the bathroom and toilet regularly. Or ask someone else to do that. There too, open the window at least once a day for 30 minutes.
  • Also, often clean the things you often touch, for example, tap, light switches, and door handle. Clean with ordinary detergent. 
  • Then put the cleaning cloth in the wash immediately. Then wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Put your laundry in a separate laundry basket. Wash your laundry at a minimum of 40 degrees.

Advice for anxiety and stress due to corona

Corona and all the rules can make people sad, scared, or lonely. You will find advice for anxiety, depression, stress, relaxation, and psychological complaints.

Women are more meticulous in their protection against coronavirus
Women are more meticulous in their protection against coronavirus

Can I get medication for corona?

With corona at home

When you are homesick with corona, there are no drugs that will make you sick less or better faster.

Medicines against malaria do not help either. No studies are showing that these drugs help. The name of that malaria drug is hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). This medicine does not make you sick less or get better sooner. Not even if you take zinc or another substance there. The malaria drug can have serious side effects, such as heart problems.

Much is still unknown about a drug against scabies (ivermectin) for corona. It is unknown whether this drug:

  • It May or may not help if you have corona at home. 
  • There are no good studies showing that this drug prevents people from becoming ill and going to the hospital or dying.
  • Whether or not it is safe with corona.

That is why we should not give this medicine to people with corona. There are currently studies in which people receive this drug. It is best to treat pain and fever at home with paracetamol take. Other Painkillers (NSAIDs: ibuprofen, diclofenac, or naproxen ) have more side effects. Hence, acetaminophen is safer. Paracetamol is also more effective against fever than ibuprofen. As far as we now know, NSAIDs do not aggravate corona.

Have you ever had a thrombotic leg or pulmonary embolism, or do you have cancer? And do you only lie in bed for longer than three days in a row? Then you have an additional risk of blood clots in a blood vessel (thrombosis). Your doctor will then discuss with you whether blood thinners can be suitable for you. 

See also, Spend more quality time with the kids.

Seriously ill, in the hospital

If people are so sick that they are in the hospital, these drugs may help:

  • drugs that inhibit the virus
  • medicines that inhibit inflammation and the body’s defenses 

It is not sure whether they work. It can also cause serious side effects.

People in the hospital also usually receive blood thinners. That is to prevent blood clots in a blood vessel (thrombosis). People in the hospital with corona are more likely to have thrombosis, especially with people who are in the ICU.

How will I continue if I have corona?

Recovery

Most people get few complaints. They are also better in a few days. Sometimes the virus can cause severe pneumonia. Then it takes longer to heal: a few weeks or more. People who have pneumonia are often very sick. They usually have a fever and have difficulty breathing (for example, when walking). 

Outside again

Usually, you can go outside again if 2 of the 2 points are correct for you:

  • You are free of complaints for about 24 hours or longer. That means no cold, sore throat, muscle pain, difficulty breathing, diarrhea, muscle pain, or fever (38 degrees or higher).
  • It has been seven days or more since you got complaints. 
  • Note: Do you have an impaired immune system? Did you have pneumonia? Or were you admitted to the hospital? Then the following applies to you: it has been  14 days or more since you received complaints.
  • For example, you have a poor immune system with untreated HIV, chemotherapy, or radiation. Or with some medicines, for instance, against rheumatism. 

Are you still coughing? Then you can go outside if 4 of the 4 points are correct for you:

  • You cough much less than in the beginning.
  • You do not have a cold, sore throat, muscle pain, difficulty breathing, diarrhea, or muscle pain for 24 hours or more.
  • You don’t have a fever (38 degrees or higher) for 48 hours or more.
  • It has been 14 days or more since you received complaints.

Not sure? Then consult. Sometimes a new test is needed to see if you can infect others.

After corona, you can continue to suffer from bad smell or taste and tiredness. Do you have these complaints, but are you free of complaints? Then you can no longer infect others.

Corona without complaints

The test shows that you have corona, but you have no complaints that are compatible with corona. The GGD will discuss with you when you can go outside again. You usually have to stay indoors for five days from the test. If you do not get any complaints during these five days, you can go outside again.  

Several times corona

If you have corona, the body makes antibodies out of it. They will probably protect you for a long time. They ensure that the chance that you will get corona again is slight. The exact probability of corona furthermore is being investigated.

See also, How to overcome depression due to corona.

When should I call the doctor if I have corona?

  • In a few days, you will become increasingly sicker.
  • You breathe increasingly faster or more difficult (for example, when walking).
  • You are getting more and more confused.
  • You have a fever (38 degrees or higher) for more than three days.
  • You are older than 70, you have a chronic illness or less resistance, AND you develop a fever (38 degrees or higher).

DO NOT go to the doctor. The doctor or assistant will ask you questions on the phone.

If necessary, your doctor will examine you. The doctor ensures that this can be done safely, in practice, or at home. The GP wears glasses, a mouth mask, gloves, and a protective coat or apron.

If you are in poor health, you are more likely to die from the corona. Discuss with your doctor whether you want to stay at home or can and want to go to the hospital.

Can I get tested for corona?

You can be tested for one or more of these complaints:

  • common cold
  • sore throat
  • cough
  • suddenly smell or tasteless good
  • temperature above 37.5 degrees (elevation or fever)
  • fast or difficult breathing

The test examines whether you currently have corona.

Get tested as soon as possible if you get any complaints. Then the chances are that the test is correct. If you wait longer, there is a chance that no corona will come out of the test, even though you do have it. 

Note: If you have no complaints, testing is pointless. The test can show that you do not have corona, even though you are infected. There are still too few pieces of the virus in your mucus. 

Do you have to stay at home for ten days? For example, because you live with someone who has corona? Or because you have been in a country where there is a lot of coronae? Even then, testing is pointless if you have no complaints. You must stay at home for ten days even if the test shows that it is not a corona. 

See also, What to eat to avoid getting sick this year)

Other diseases and tests for corona

Do you recognize your symptoms of another illness that you have? For example, hay fever or another allergy, asthma or COPD? Then you do not need to be tested. Not sure? Then do a test. Or use your medicines first, for example, your medicines for hay fever. If your symptoms disappear, you do not need to be tested. 

Where can I get tested for corona?

Sometimes the doctor will test you. That only happens if your doctor is already treating you. For example, in these cases:

  • It would be best if you had a lot of care from others at homes, such as home care or the general practitioner.
  • They can then protect themselves against corona if you have corona.
  • You are going to an institution. For example: to a hospice, a residential group, or a care hotel. The people who take care of you there can then protect themselves against corona if you have corona.
  • You are ill, and it is crucial to know whether it is (also) corona. That is especially true if you are in poor health. Or serious complaints.

Hospital test: if you need to be admitted

If you have to be admitted to the hospital, you will have the test in the hospital.

How is the corona test?

The person taking the test will wear a mouth mask, apron, and glasses. He/she removes some mucus from your throat and nose with a cotton swab. It goes in a tube. Then tube goes to the lab. There it is investigated whether there are pieces of Coronavirus in it. If so, you are currently infected with the Coronavirus. The result is usually known within 48 hours.

How will it proceed after I have been tested?

You will usually receive the results within 48 hours. Stay home until you have heard the results. Do not shop, do not receive visitors. That will prevent you from infecting other people.

The test shows that you have corona: You currently have corona.

The test shows that you have no corona: You do not have a corona. You no longer have to stay at home. So you can go to work or school. Children are allowed to go to school and daycare. 

Do stay at home if one or more of these things are right for you:

  • You have returned from a high-risk area with a lot of coronae (orange travel advice). You must stay at home for a total of 10 days from the moment you return to the Netherlands.
  • Someone in your home (over six years old) has a fever or shortness of breath. Stay home until he/she knows if it is the corona. 

Complaints again: do another test.

Were you free of complaints, and do you get complaints again? Or do you get different or worse complaints? Then stay at home and get tested for corona again. 

Can I test myself with a quick test?

You can buy tests on the internet to test yourself for corona. I prefer not to purchase and do these tests. There are quick tests whose results are likely to be correct. But there are also tests where the results are incorrect.

We do not yet know exactly when and with whom rapid tests can best be used. It is still under investigation. 

See also, Sore throat when swallowing: causes and how to relieve it.

Does it make sense to test if I have had corona?

Sometimes it makes sense to have it tested whether you have had corona. For example, if you have complaints about a long time that can be associated with corona. And never before came out of a test that it is the corona. Your doctor can then have you tested.

You will have blood taken for this test. That is possible from 2 weeks after the start of your complaints. 3 to 4 weeks after the onset of the complaints is even better.

It is examined whether there are antibodies against corona in your blood. If you have antibodies, there is a good chance that you have had corona.

But this is not entirely certain. There is a slight chance that you have not made any antibodies but have been infected. Antibodies can also disappear from your blood after a while. Discuss the result with your doctor.

Poor health and corona

Most people with corona do not get very sick and recover quickly. It is also the case with the elderly and people with poor health. But if you are in poor health, you are more likely to get very sick and die from the Coronavirus. For example, heart problems, lung disease, diabetes, cancer, dementia, or aging complaints.

It is good to think about your wishes if you become very ill and may die. You may have already thought about this. For example, whether you want to go to the hospital if you become very sick. And whether or not you wish to be resuscitated. And where you want to die. Tell your loved ones and your doctor. Also, give your doctor the living will if you have one. 

Thinking, discussing, and writing down your wishes is not easy. Perhaps the decision aid ‘ Explore your wishes for care and treatment ‘ will help with this.

If you have corona, your doctor will discuss the options with you. 

  • treatment at home
    • Example: nursing home or hospice (in a special corona ward).
  • hospital treatment in the corona ward 
  • hospital treatment in the ICU

Your doctor will also discuss the pros and cons of these treatments with you. And whatever suits your situation best. 

Discuss with your doctor if anything is still unclear. 

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Care at home with corona

  • These treatments are possible at home: 
    • Medicines, such as antibiotics (medications against bacteria), can use.
    • Sometimes oxygen can provide at home. That can help you feel less short of breath. It is less intense oxygen than in the hospital. 
  • Treatment of your complaints, such as pain and tightness: 
    • Painkillers.
    • Morphine. It reduces pain and tightness.
  • Medicines for anxiety. For example, oxazepam.
    • It makes you calm, relaxed, and less anxious.
  • Medicines for delirium (suddenly very confused).
    • Usually, herehaloperidol is used.
  • Palliative sedation. If this does not help enough, your doctor can give you medicine. It will make you drowsy or fall into a kind of sleep. Occasionally or always. As a result, you will have less or no more pain or tightness.
  • If someone with you at home. 
  • Usually, someone from the district nurses can come home. He/she can help your loved ones in your care. The nurse or carer usually wears a mouth mask, goggles, and a protective coat.
  • There is a chance that you will die from the corona. Most people would rather die at home than in the hospital. 
  • Important to know if you stay at home:
  • Do you live alone? Ask if someone will stay in your home. If you get sicker then, there is someone who can call the doctor.
  • Or make sure there is always someone available to call. 
  • If necessary and possible, you will receive a test for corona at home. 
  • If your loved ones stay with you to take care of you, they may also get corona themselves. If the care has stopped, your loved ones must often stay at home for 14 days to see if they develop symptoms themselves.

You may not be able to be cared for at home. Then admission is possible in, for example, nursing home or hospice. There you can receive the same treatments as at home. You can get very few visitors there.

Care in a nursing home or a hospice for corona

  • If you cannot look after at home, you may be admitted to a nursing home, for example.
  • You will then be placed in a special corona department. Sometimes in a single room.
  • You can receive the same treatment there as at home:
    • Medicines, such as antibiotics, can be used (medications against bacteria).
    • Oxygen to make you feel less stuffy. 
    • Medication for your complaints, for example, pain, tightness, anxiety, or being confused.
  • You will receive care from nurses or carers. They wear a face mask, goggles, and a protective jacket. 
  • You are not allowed to visit the nursing home, if at all. It is tough and unpleasant for most people.
  • If you are about to die, someone is usually allowed to be with you. Each nursing home has its agreements about how many people are allowed to be with you. 
  • If you are recovering from corona but are still weak, you can sometimes continue to live in the nursing home.
  • If you have a high risk of dying, you can also go to a corona ward in a hospice. There you can receive the same treatments as in a nursing home.

Care in the hospital for corona

  • If you are admitted to the hospital, you will move to the special corona ward.
  • You can get tests at the hospital. Example: corona test, blood test, lung photo, or scan of the lungs. Those tests can be used to investigate whether it is the corona or (also) another disease.
  • In the hospital, you can receive these treatments:
    • Medicines, such as antibiotics, can be used (drugs against bacteria).
    • Oxygen. That helps against shortness of breath. It is more vital oxygen than at home.
    • fluid through the IV
  • Medicines for corona.
    • Some people receive these drugs. But have not been proven to work. Your defense must clean up the Coronavirus.
  • Medicines for your complaints, for example, pain, tightness, anxiety, or being confused. 
    • These are the same medicines as at home.
  • Some doctors and nurses will take care of you. They wear a face mask, glasses, and a protective jacket. 
  • You may not or rarely receive any visitors in the hospital. It is tough and unpleasant for most people. 
  • If you are about to die, someone is often allowed to be with you. Each hospital has agreements on how many people are allowed to be with you.
  • Sometimes someone unexpectedly dies in hospital. That is often lonely and difficult for loved ones. 
  • You are more likely to get very confused (this is called delirium ), especially for people with dementia or another brain disease. That increases the chance of death. You will be given medication against confusion.
  • You can have additional problems in the hospital, such as inflammation by a bacterium. 

If necessary, you can be admitted to intensive care (IC). There you can be ventilated. The specialist in the hospital will decide whether this is possible and makes sense in your situation. 

Care in the IC for corona

  • If necessary, you can be admitted to intensive care (IC). You will then be placed in a special IC for people with corona. 
  • There you can be ventilated. That often takes weeks.
  • During artificial respiration, you will be kept asleep with medicines.
  • The specialist in the hospital decides whether artificial respiration is helpful in your situation. Respiration is only beneficial if you have a chance to survive. If someone with poor health needs artificial respiration, the chance of survival is tiny. 
  • You are not allowed to have visitors in the ICU.
  • If you are about to die, someone can join you. It differs per IC how many people are allowed to visit you.
  • Sometimes someone dies very unexpectedly in the ICU. It is often lonely and difficult for your loved ones. 
  • There is more chance of becoming very confused in the IC (this is called delirium ). Especially in people with dementia or brain disease. That increases the chance of death. You will be given medication against confusion.
  • If you have been in the ICU, you will be very weak. It takes a long time to recover, and sometimes it doesn’t quite work. And recovery from corona can be made at home or in a nursing home or rehabilitation center. Here you will receive the care you need. Many people do not fully recover. Because they maintain poorer health and can do less, some people continue to need help every day. You may remain depressed or anxious after an IC admission. Sometimes you can think less well or focus your attention on something.

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Dinesh Gamagehttps://seekers-zone.com
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