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The new strain of this virus discovered in 2019 has spread all over the globe. This highly infectious strain has resulted in illnesses ranging from a common cold to respiratory distress. In severe cases, the COVID - 19 leads to pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, sometimes even leading to death.
The general recommendations prescribed by WHO to protect yourself against COVID-19 include washing your hands regularly using soap & water, covering your mouth & nose while coughing or sneezing OR coughing into the arm, and consuming only thoroughly cooked non-vegetarian food. Moreover, it is extremely important to maintain a physical distance of at least 1 meter from individuals displaying respiratory problems like coughing, sneezing, or a runny nose.
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Even though the number of infected people in India seem to be rapidly increasing, patients are recovering from the disease. Early detection and screening has helped to reduce the severity of the outbreak in India.
However, the battle is not over yet. People who are 65 years & above, those with a pre-existing medical condition, those in an immunocompromised state, and pregnant women, all belong to the high-risk group from Coronavirus. These individuals must maintain social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times.
Credihealth has enabled online screening for Coronavirus and has come up with Tele/Video consultations with internal medicine specialists from across the country. This service is here to enable relevant, authentic and verified medical information and assistance, all within the safety and comfort of your homes.
There are no Coronavirus screening Kits readily available for use at homes or close-by clinics. However, there are certain signs & symptoms that you need to look out for, and you need to get yourself tested only if you showcase these symptoms for a period of more than 7 days.
Get yourself tested for COVID-19 if -
You have a recent travel history abroad, specifically to Europe, Japan, China, Singapore, Dubai, Qatar or any other high risk countries
You have been showcasing any of the coronavirus symptoms for more than 7 days
You have been in close physical contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
You have been in close physical contact with someone who has a recent travel history to any of the high-risk & affected countries
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The testing centres acquire samples in the form of a swab, a nasal aspirate, a tracheal aspirate, sputum or blood test, depending on the patient's condition.
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I came back from Dubai a month back. I was fine earlier but started feeling sick. I contacted Credihealth and had a tele consult with a doctor. My doctor realised i just had an allergy and nothing serious. This service has helped me stay at home and get help. Hats off.
Really like the coronavirus online screening on the website. It asked my details and was easy to use. No need to go to clinics for tests and has definitely calmed me down.
I contacted Credihealth 3 days back for a cough with a fever. I was panicking so much as I have a small child but their expert helped me understand the symptoms and helped me with an internal medicine doctor appointment at a hospital close to my house immediately. Thankfully, I don’t have corona and with medicines given by the doctor, I am much better.
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List of Frequently asked question about Coronavirus
The right way to avoid spreading infection is by covering your mouth with your arms and not by using your hands.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 12/03/2022
It spreads through infectious respiratory droplets which are released when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 02/03/2022
COVID-19 stands for Coronavirus Disease 2019, associated with the virus Novel Coronavirus.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 29/03/2022
If you have travelled back to India from an affected area in the last 14 days, you must self-quarantine for the next 14 days and look out for the listed symptoms. If you showcase any of them, you must get yourself tested at one of the testing centers in your region.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 28/05/2022
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 17/05/2022
This virus is highly infectious but has low mortality. Coronavirus has a mortality rate of about 3.6%.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 10/04/2022
The risk from Coronavirus is higher in people above 65 years of age and those who are suffering from pre-existing medical conditions. For instance, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, abnormally high blood pressure, cancer, etc.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 13/03/2022
Self-quarantine means staying put in one location (eg. your home) avoiding exposure to other people, to keep a check on your health status. This needs to be done when you have not caught the infection.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 21/05/2022
If someone tests positive for Coronavirus, they shall be kept in isolation and treated accordingly.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 07/05/2022
The most commonly seen surgical mask in hospitals and clinics can be used. This mask will keep the virus from spreading and keep you from touching your mouth or nose with unsanitized hands.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 19/03/2022
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 15/04/2022
Yes, Coronavirus appears to spread fastest at 8-degree celsius. Though, it is important to know that it can transmit in both hot as well as cold weather.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 20/01/2022
Yes, If you do catch the virus, there is a good chance you will recover from it. Majority people have recovered from the infection. This can be done by adopting normal treatment & care for a viral fever.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 06/04/2022
If you have come in close physical contact with someone who has travelled back to India from an affected area in the last 14 days, you must self quarantine for the next 14 days and look out for the listed symptoms. If you showcase any of them, you must get yourself tested at one of the testing centres in your region.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 31/05/2022
Social distancing involves avoiding group gatherings and events, crowded stores, malls, theatres, gym, mass transport systems, non-essential workers in the house, and taking precaution when visiting grocery stores & pharmacies, travelling, eating out, etc.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 20/05/2022
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 08/04/2022
You can talk to a Credihealth Medical Expert to book a telephonic or video consultation at the top hospitals in your city.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 24/02/2022
Yes, the virus has been detected in people showcasing no typical symptoms.
Answered by: Vaibhav Kumar on 20/02/2022