They might have you take medicine to help prevent serious illness.
Don't go to school, work, or public areas. And don't use public transportation, ride-shares, or taxis unless you have no choice. Leave your home only if you need to get medical care. But call the doctor's office first so they know you're coming. And wear a well-fitting mask.
Follow your doctor's advice about when it is safe for you to leave isolation. If you have questions, go to the CDC website at cdc.gov to check the Quarantine and Isolation Calculator.
It can help stop the spread of the virus.
If possible, stay in a separate bedroom and use a separate bathroom.
Then throw the tissue in the trash right away.
Use soap and water, and scrub for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water aren't available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
These include bedding, towels, cups and glasses, and eating utensils.
Use household cleaners or disinfectant wipes or sprays.
Read and follow all instructions on the label.
Heather Quinn MD - Family Medicine, Lesley Ryan MD - Family Medicine,
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