We’re getting a lot of questions about what to expect when it comes to an outbreak of coronaviruses in Toronto.
We’ve got a lot to cover, including what to wear, how to handle symptoms, how long to stay and how to get help if you have symptoms.
Toronto is not immune to coronaviral disease.
It’s been linked to coronapid outbreaks and other outbreaks in several countries, including the United States and Canada.
So it’s important to understand the nature of the virus and the possible effects.
What to Expect from a Coronavirus Outbreak in Toronto: 1.
“Familiar” symptoms and symptoms symptoms will change and you may feel sicker and sicker over time.
Symptoms are not a clear indication of what’s happening.
Some of the symptoms that people will experience are: 1.
The symptoms include fever, cough, chills, and joint pain.
People who are sick are more likely to have fever, chill, and fatigue.
People will be more likely and more severe in the symptoms, and may have more trouble breathing.
People may be less likely to be alert and alertness may decrease.
People are more at risk for pneumonia, bronchitis, or pneumonia pneumonia.
The virus can spread easily.
If you or anyone you know has any of these symptoms, call 911 immediately.
The more severe the symptoms the more likely it is to spread to others.
The longer you or any family member is at risk, the more severe your symptoms will become.
If the symptoms start to worsen, call an emergency room immediately.
If it takes 24 hours for the symptoms to go away, then you’re more likely have a more serious infection.
If symptoms get worse and get more severe, call a doctor or nurse immediately.
There is no “magic number” for how long you should stay at home or get to a doctor.
People with milder symptoms may need more treatment, but people with severe symptoms may have no treatment at all.
You will be contagious for a short period of time.
If someone is not well and you start to get sick, call the doctor immediately and tell him or her about your symptoms.
If a doctor has symptoms, then he or she will treat you.
You may need to stay home for a while if you’re a first-time visitor.
If that happens, you may need a visit to a health care provider.
If an infection is in the system, it’s not clear if that’s related to a person’s age or how many years they’ve been in Canada.
If there’s an older person, they may be more at-risk for infection.
If your family member has symptoms but is not contagious, they will likely need to be treated at a hospital.
Some people will have a lot less of the viruses symptoms.
The most common symptoms are: 1.
Fever, cough and joint discomfort.
You might feel a lot more tired and may be a little irritable.
For more information, see: Toronto Coronaval Fever Outbreak: What to Expect in Toronto Toronto CorONaval Fever: What You Need to Know The Toronto Coronapsid Virus Outbreak: How to Know When to Get Rid of a Dangerous Infection