Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions

Covid-19 Symptoms

Wet or Dry Cough
Wet or Dry Cough

59-82% experience this symptom

Shortness of breath
Shortness of Breath

31-40% experience this symptom


83-99% experience this symptom

Muscle pain

11-35% experience this symptom

Loss of smell or taste
Sore throat

Safety Precautions

How to Prevent the Spread

Wash hands often
Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
Avoid contact with sick people
Stay home while you are sick; avoid others
Cover mouth/nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing
Clean and disinfect frequently tounched objects and surfaces


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a primary care physician?

Primary care physicians (PCPs) direct and coordinate aspects of your health such as physical and emotional health. They listen to your questions, assess symptoms, recommend treatment approaches, prescribe medication and refer you to the proper specialist when needed.
It’s important to have a primary care physician. They get to know you, your history and your family health history. Building a long-term relationship with your PCP can translate to major health benefits over your lifetime. They can better manage chronic disease, decrease in hospital and ER visits, and treat ailments.
PCP can help identify health issues in their early stages before becoming major problems. They can offer preventative care such as immunizations, regular imaging, lab testing, such as cholesterol, blood pressure checks, flu shots, cancer screenings, as well as diet and lifestyle modification to maintain and improve your health.

Physician assistants (PAs) practices medicine and are supervised by physician(s). A PA can diagnose a patient or prescribe treatment.

Nurse practitioners (NPs) are advanced practice registered nurses who have advanced clinical training. They diagnose and treat medical problems, perform advanced procedures, diagnose patients, and prescribe medications.

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