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There are 2 main categories of testing via swabs:
Find out more about COVID-19 tests.
Most people with COVID-19 have mild illnesses (e.g. sore throat, cough and fever) and can recover at home. Your may see a doctor for medications (e.g. painkillers, lozenges, cough mixtures) to treat the symptoms.
You should isolate yourself at home while you recover and wait for your viral load to decrease. Below are some practices to observe during your home recovery:
In addition to the practices above, you can also do the following:
While the COVID-19 outbreak ensues, here are some useful tips parents can consider when taking care of their children.
Oximeters can be a key tool to monitor blood oxygen levels and detect disease severity. Here are some basic facts you need to know.
Some recovered COVID-19 patients continue to experience persistent symptoms. Learn more about the signs of long COVID, how it affects your body, and when you should seek help from a specialist.
What are the possibilities of getting COVID-19 again? Are there ways to protect yourself and avoid re-infection?
Is having a persistent or lingering post COVID-19 cough normal, or is there cause for concern?
Studies have shown that surgical and N95 masks may not be suitable or effective for your young children against viruses. Read on to find out why.
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