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Most Helpful COVID-19 Information and Links

3 actions to keep you and your loved ones safe:

1. Wear a mask in public
2. Wash/disinfect hands often
3. Stay home when symptomatic

What is Coronavirus and Why is it Important?

What to do when you or someone you have contact with is sick - updated 4/30/2020 to reflect CDC 10-day isolation:

How do I isolate with small children?

GUIDE TO CDC LINKS ABOUT WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE SICK:

What to do when you:

ARE SICK

ARE NOT SICK BUT HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WITH RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS OR TO SOMEONE WHO IS COVID-19+

WORK IN HEALTHCARE

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Please isolate yourself immediately and call your doctor and/or your occupational health care provider to discuss the appropriate plan for you.

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Please call your doctor and/or your occupational health care provide immediately to discuss the apporpriate plan for you.

DON'T WORK IN HEALTHCARE

High risk people: For those of you who are at high risk of complications from this virus you must take care to avoid contact with anyone who is ill. High risk people include those over the age of 65, those with chronic disease or some form of immunosuppression. You can read here how you can protect yourselves: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/high-risk-complications.html. You should stay home, avoid going out as much as possible, avoid any public gatherings and learn how to order food and medication deliveries online or have well family members do it for you. Some pharmacies provide delivery services. You can still go out in your yard or for walks, just avoid being around others.

Travel: At this point, no one should be traveling unless absolutely essential and then should quarentine themselves for 14 days in the new location upon arrival.

Key points:

  1. If you are sick, stay home for 10 days, even if your job is essential. Don't spread it.

  2. If you have been exposed, stay home, away from anyone sick, for 14 days, even if your job is essential. Don't spread it.

  3. Call your doctor if you develop shortness of breath or chest pain or if you are not sure what to do.

  4. Please, don't break the isolation/quarentine, even if you feel well before it is over. Some people's only defense is your cooperation.

For more information, go to coronavirus.gov or https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Working together, we can defeat this virus.

Who should get tested?

Massachusetts site to assess your symptoms

Make your own face mask

Getting tested in Massachusetts - CVS rapid testing site. Fill out their questionnaire to see if you qualify to get a testing spot.

How to get your test results from Quest

Managing the stress

Co-parenting issues and COVID-19

Volunteering to help

Emergency daycare for essential workers

Apply for unemployment benefits

Planning during COVID-19 - a great resource list provided by my own doctor's group.

Had COVID-19? Become a donor of antibodies to help someone else recover.

Coronavirus and pets.

For more information: CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Site and MASS Coronavirus Site

 

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