#Covid19

#Covid19 Wholistic Wellness

Skip to a quick-read: Important #Covid19 Links [Updated]


Most of us doctors have been inundated with queries on #coronavirus, especially to dispel rumors and fake news being spread through the various messaging apps. This is intended to be a one-stop-shop for updates. [You can also follow my Facebook page: Coronavirus – tips from a doctor].



F.A.Q.s

  1. Frequently Asked Questions on COVID Vaccines
  2. Who is a Close contact for COVID-19?
    • Living with or Providing care for a person who has COVID-19,
    • Being within 6 feet of a person who has COVID-19 for at least 15 minutes, or
    • Having exposure to respiratory secretions (e.g., being coughed or sneezed on, sharing a drinking glass or utensils; kissing).
  3. For how long is a person with COVID-19 considered to be contagious?
    • 48 hours (or 2 days) before the person had any symptoms (or 2 days before they tested positive if they never had symptoms) until they meet the criteria to discontinue isolation.
  4. What to do if you had close contact with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19?
  5. How to spot Fake News? [Fact-check Websites]
  6. Pulse Oximeter – What, Why, How?
  7. COVID19: What exactly are the Stages of Spread?
  8. Can my family visit me during the pandemic?
  9. Viruses & Vaccines: FAQs
  10. When should COVID-19 patients discontinue Transmission-Based Precautions?
  11. What is social distancing?
  12. How are quarantine and isolation different?
  13. If we’ve both been self-isolating, can I hang out with my friend? Can I visit my family?
  14. Is it safe to visit a friend during the coronavirus pandemic?
  15. What To Do If Your Family Or Friends Aren’t Taking Coronavirus Seriously?
  16. What is R number for #Covid19?

OTHER WEBSITES FOR FAQs

  1. CDC
  2. Johns Hopkins
  3. FDA
  4. W.H.O.
  5. Stanford Health Care

News, Views, Information & Debates

  1. 3 Steps to Treat #Covid Information Overload
  2. Reopening America
  3. 7 Tips to deal with the #Covid19 Pandemic
  4. Beware of Rumors & Fake News [An updated List]
  5. After 6 Months, Important Mysteries About Coronavirus Endure
  6. The Herd Immunity Debate
  7. Boosting our Immune System – Facts & Myths
  8. Every Covid-19 Symptom We Know About Right Now, From Head to Toe
  9. Animals & #Covid19
  10. It is a War against #Coronavirus [The new normal]
  11. Work Restrictions for Healthcare Personnel with Potential Exposure to COVID-19
  12. The race for coronavirus vaccines: a graphical guide
  13. India: Kerala model for coronavirus: No cities, no virus
  14. Tests Available for Covid19:
    • Viral tests [to find out if you have a current infection – when you get exposed to COVID-19, it starts replicating in your upper respiratory tract. And the more coronavirus there is, the easier it is to detect. The plateau occurs pretty early on, within a few days of showing symptoms. But if you test earlier than that, the results aren’t nearly as reliable.].
    • Antibody tests [to find out you if you had a previous infection – it can take 1–3 weeks for your body to make antibodies.].

3 thoughts on “#Covid19

    1. Thank you for visiting Dr Sawhney! This is meant more for non-medicos but I’m glad even doctors are finding it useful!
      Please let me know how to improve it further and share with others also.

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