Today, it’s medical news that will surprise you.
But what about your healthcare needs?
Here are five things you should know about this highly-anticipated coronavirus update.1.
The Latest: The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that the nation’s coronaviruses are back on the rise, with nearly a million new cases confirmed in the first 24 hours of the pandemic.
It’s now estimated that over 2 million Americans have been infected, and over 2.4 million Americans are in a critical condition.2.
The Basics: This is the most comprehensive update of the current COVID-19 situation since the US military declared the outbreak over in December, and the US Centers and Border Protection (CBP) says they have issued a public health alert for the entire state of Arizona, the largest US state.3.
The New Trend: The new trend in coronaviral transmission seems to be spreading across the country.
On Friday, the CDC said that they have detected the transmission of new coronavivirus strains in at least two US states, New York and New Jersey.4.
What You Need to Know: This year, coronavirosts are now commonly referred to as “newly infected” because they are the first time that they’ve been discovered in a population.
In addition to the new coronovirus strains being detected in states, a number of coronavids that are commonly found in the US are circulating in the air in new and potentially serious ways.5.
What We Know So Far: The pandemic has already claimed the lives of nearly 4,000 people in the United States, with more than 200,000 confirmed and potentially fatal cases and 2,300 deaths.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has warned that the virus could kill as many as 11 million people by the end of 2020.
So, it is crucial that you understand what to do now, and how to prepare.1) Check Your Health: Make sure that you are up to date on your current medications and health care plans.
Your healthcare provider may ask you questions about your current symptoms, or can refer you to a specialist if you are experiencing a change in your symptoms.2) Know What You’re Doing: Make a list of all the medications you take and keep it with you, so that you know how to take them at the right dose and with the right precautions.3) Plan Your Day: Prepare for a busy workweek with a healthy lunch, and make sure that everything in your house is covered in a clean, well-ventilated environment.4) Be Prepared: Get ready for a flu season that could last for several weeks, and take all of your medicines with you to work.
If you don’t have a healthcare provider who can help you prepare, you can check with your employer, insurance company, or a health care professional.5) Remember, Your Health is Important: It is important to remember that the healthcare system is your healthcare provider, not your employer.
If a healthcare system refuses to cover your needs, you are in good hands.
You should also ensure that your personal care and personal hygiene needs are monitored and you are fully informed about any potential flu or respiratory virus outbreaks.
For more information on how to prevent and control COVID, visit our website at the Centers for Health and the Environment (CHE).
For more about COVID and other healthcare emergencies, check out the CDC’s Healthcare Emergency Guide.