Symptoms Of Coronavirus

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What are the symptoms of Coronavirus?



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Truth Says:
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Fever. Cough. Shortness of breath. This is from the CDC.

Stay home even if you don't feel ill- everyone needs to stay home so we can flatten the curve. Less people will die if we all stay home.

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wmdfairus Says:

I would like to get the latest information on coronary virus symptoms and how to prevent them. Thank you

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HOUSE Says:
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Just go to the CDC website.. you'll be fine!!

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VerFree Says:

My husband works at a hospital, he's been a radiographer for almost 25 years, now, they are told to watch for fever, dry cough, fatigue/tiredness, and shortness of breath. If anyone comes into the ER experiencing these symptoms, they have to gear up for protection, and isolate the person, just in case.

As was already stated, the CDC has a great information page on it to help the public.

This is the information used by ERs in the U.S.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Ladyrescue Says:
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Any serious negative reactions to the shingles vaccine? I have fibromyalgia and am worried about a severe flare up of pain or other serious problem.

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