FAQs about coronavirus: Question #9

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The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) has created a useful guide that you can utilize during this coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.  The reason that you should look at this guide is because there is so much misinformation out their about Covid-19.  Choose to look at the facts in order to eliminate confusion.  

Here is question #9.

What should I do if I recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of Covid-19?

Restrict you movements for up to two weeks.  That time is the incubation period of Covid-19.  Those two weeks will let you know if you have the coronavirus or not.

If you do experience symptoms, then contact your health care provider.  They will instruct you further on what you would need to do.

While you wait on the instructions, do not become a spreader.  You can be charged for intentionally spreading Covid-19.


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