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It’s hard to escape news on the Coronavirus and get sucked in by the latest updates. The fear and anxiety levels are high. People are getting sick. On March 12th, my daughter came home with a fever and headache. That was the first time when I realized that this pandemic was real and was going to affect a lot of people. I had lost my job that week as well so the pressure and stress were extraordinarily high. Many of us have gone into self-quarantine, canceled events, canceled travel, work from home, look suspiciously at anyone who sneezes or coughs. When I sneeze, I look up coronavirus symptoms on Google. Is it like Ebola, Zika virus, Parainfluenza, h1n1 virus? It is a viral infection. Is it an airborne disease?
Well, the coronavirus has hit home for us. My daughter had it and now my husband has it. They were put into self-quarantine where they are in their own separate room. Self-isolation is one of the ways to contain the disease. We have had to make many adjustments in our routines but so far, I have managed to stay healthy. In this video, my daughter and I share some of things we did to treat her illness in hopes that it can provide some support for you if you are experiencing something similar. There is a lot of debate as to whether or not my daughter had the Coronavirus. I tired to get her tested but was refused at my multiple requests. I then decided that whether or not she had COVID-19 didn’t really matter because there is no vaccine or cure for Coronavirus. So we hunkered down at home and treated her as we would have for a bad flu.
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Organizations to follow regarding pertinent, up to date information about the Coronavirus
World Health Organization (WHO) https://www.who.int/