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Coronavirus symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you are experiencing these symptoms. Report it now. The number of coronavirus cases will likely outstrip resources to test every single person. Your report will provide real-time location-based information helping protect friends family and your community. For first-hand accounts and interviews from some of our community click here.

Coronavirus - Covid-19

Updated: April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“Am having symptoms of Covid 19 since 2weeks
I came back from Malaysia last month to Nigeria and I have been calling Nigeria Center for Disease control for help no response ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“I feel better today than I have in the last 2 weeks. Symptoms seem to be dying down and subsiding. Hoping that in the next couple of days I can safely venture out to get some of the things I'm running low on. Like food. ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“Spoke with my doc on Tuesday and he advised that I have to quarantine for another 2 weeks as I have lingering symptoms. So I'm practicing my ballet moves on the balcony with the aid of the rail today. Yoga tomorrow. Day 20. ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“A very close family friend developed symptoms for COVID-19 and have now tested positive. She is one of the nicest person I know, so please pray for her full recovery🙏 ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“Covid-19 is not a joke.

I’ve spent most of my time in bed over the last few days dosed up on all types of vitamins hoping for these symptoms to subside.

Even if you don’t have symptoms, refer to things that can boost your immune system. ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“So I am showing symptoms of Covid-19. Last night was horrendous. Constantly coughing, throat like I am swallowing razor bladed seriously high temperature, sweat pouring out of me, head pounding have barely slept. Hoping this is only a short term thing!! ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“I have symptoms of Coronavirus 😓 ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“i've been sheltering-in-place at my parents' house; today my mom told me she's been feeling symptoms of covid-19. I am hopeful it'll continue to be mild or pass, but i have to say, this all hits a little differently now ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“I’ve been really sick the last few days and I have all the symptoms of COVID-19. I also have really bad asthma which could heighten the risk of it being fatal. Sort of freaking out right now. ”
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April 3, 2020 12:00 PM

“So I found out my dad is sick with flu-like symptoms. EMTs had to come by, because of the fever, trouble breathing, etc. They had no tests. They advised against going to the hospital for tests, because he would definitely get COVID-19, if he didn't have it. Such a nightmare. ”
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Recent Interesting Reports

March 26, 2020 6:50 PM

“Interview - Mai, Taipei Taiwan:
This is a first-hand account from a restaurant owner in Taipei Taiwan of the coronavirus situation including: how the testing process works in Taiwan, how the country dealt with the initial outbreak, and the effect it has had on the people and businesses.

Mai:
Hi ... See More, I'm Mai. I'm currently based in Taipei, Taiwan and I am a restaurant owner here. I own two vegan cafes here in Taipei. And it's been an interesting time with the virus coming around.

SafelyHQ:
What's the current situation in Taiwan?

Mai:
Actually, I'm sure, I mean it's been getting around on the news pretty steadily in the last week about Taiwan's containment and their efforts to kind of help the spread of the virus and they been doing an amazing job. For us, we've been dealing with it since January, so right when the Chinese government kind of started allowing information to get out, Taiwan was bracing from January. And they were getting ready for the lunar new year, which is a huge travel time for almost every country in Asia. They knew that it was going to be a huge potential risk with everyone traveling around, not just within Taiwan, but internationally. A lot of Taiwanese nationals work in China, so they were planning to fly back to Taiwan. We knew that there was going to be this really big first wave. And Taiwan was really ready for it and a lot of the Asian countries were really ready for it because of the SARS epidemic. They learned a lot from that previous experience and were able to leverage that for this epidemic.

SafelyHQ:
Has testing been easy for people or has that been a problem for some people getting testing?

Mai:
No, testing has been really great here. I think within about a month, one of the universities got the testing time down to about 15 minutes. And all the hospitals, we already have a national healthcare system. Everyone has a national health insurance card if you're working and if you pay taxes and you're registered into the system and all the hospitals are usually prepped and ready to handle a pretty large number of people. Testing was pretty swift here.

SafelyHQ:
There was a second wave that happened after Taiwan initially had slowed up. How did that look and how did that impact everyone?

Mai:
For the first wave coming back, they knew they kind of had to stop and contain the first wave. What they did was they stalled school, they pushed school back about three weeks college and K through 12. Everyone was kind of on an extended holiday from coming back from the Chinese new year. And then for the second wave, once it started exploding in Italy and moving over to the U S they quickly realized that international travel is going to be a huge problem. And another huge problem was because Taiwan did such a good job containing that first wave, there were still some tour groups that were still going abroad because it hadn't spread that far yet. We had some tour groups from Taiwan that went to Egypt and Greece. And so by the time they came back, they were actually carriers. And so that coupled with international travel kind of started the second wave. And that was I think about late February, early March. And so they basically put the airport on lockdown because Taipei is a huge hub. It's a huge international hub. To get into Asia, usually you come through either Japan or Taipei. And so they knew that that airport was a huge risk. But being an Island, a small Island nation, we only have two big airports and the biggest international hub is Taoyuan airport, the Taipei airport. They got a handle on that and we're just screening all the passengers that came in and getting all their information, you're asked to scan a QR code and fill out all your information so that they could track every passenger. At that point you were supposed to be self-monitoring, so no mandatory self-quarantine yet.

SafelyHQ:
What does self-monitoring mean?

Mai:
They have a list of things that you were supposed to be doing. You're supposed to be checking your temperature, being more aware of your respiratory system and basically checking in, that was about it.

SafelyHQ
How has it impacted people's behavior in Taiwan?

Mai:
At first, it was during Chinese New Year. I remember one day I just went out and it was two days into the first reports of the Coronavirus coming into Taiwan. And mask, in Asia mask a normal thing. It's not if you're sick, if you are in a crowded space or you have allergies, it's normal to just wear a mask. No one thinks twice about it. But, I remember as a business owner, I was thinking, I should probably get some mask for my two stores. And I went out and everywhere was completely sold out. And that was when the first information about what kind of masks were needed was coming out cause people were buying all kinds of mask. People were kind of buying the respirators, the PITTA mask. And so that first wave of information was what mask you should be using, what helps, what doesn't help. Taiwan has been really good about trying to fight misinformation, The government constantly, consistently pushes out information to the public. And actually their newest campaign is with this, it's a Shiba. It's a Shiba that's telling you to not cough and wear your mask.

SafelyHQ:
How has this impacted you personally?

New Speaker:
That first few weeks when we're trying to find masks, we realize, this is going to be really serious. But the government seemed to have a handle on it because when that first mask panic buying happened, the government quickly stepped in and took mask off out of the private sector and they started rationing and only giving it to pharmacies which were covered by national health insurance. Then if you had a national health insurance card, you would go and they would scan you and then you would get a certain ration mask and then they increase production greatly. We realized that the government was going to handle this pretty well. But we started seeing the real effects of it, maybe for the second wave, the first wave we were okay. There was no social distancing or anything like that. But the second wave is when the government started pushing out no large gatherings, everyone needs to be taking their temperature. We've had to kind of put in new protocols at the restaurant. We currently hand sanitize everyone that comes in. Temperature checks are almost done at every place now. All the staff needs to be wearing masks at all times. And we've asked that anyone that's traveled internationally in the last 14 days to either stay at home or we don't allow them entry into the location. We've had to think really hard about how to make customers feel safe and guarantee my staff safety. That's been a huge, every day struggle to make sure that the staff really understands the seriousness and severity of this. And when offices went remote, that actually when it hit us the most, cause in one of our areas we have a lot of technology companies. And when they went remote we saw a huge decline in our daytime lunch customers. That was, that was a scary week. That was a really scary week.

SafelyHQ:
Do you expect that restaurants and other businesses will be able to remain open for the near term?

Mai:
So far there's hasn't been any talk of shutting down restaurants. Clubs have been voluntarily closing and some of the city governments have closed down and movie theaters and gyms, kind of large gathering places and the government has asked for gatherings, no larger than a hundred people. Anything above a hundred people has to be canceled. But Taiwanese people are really a little bit conservative so they are already pretty risk-averse. They are just kind of doing these social distancing, self-isolation things by themselves. A lot of communities have just decided to cancel their events, go online, make them all available online. The government hasn't had to mandate, closures. Some restaurants that are really popular have decided to do delivery only just to be on the safe side. They've taken these voluntary measures actually.
SafelyHQ:
Now that you've been impacted by Coronavirus, do you have any message to people or any recommendations to people based on your experience?
Mai:
I'm kind of seeing what's happening in other countries through news and my family, and hearing it from them. I think the biggest thing is the social responsibility that everyone should feel towards the greater community. Part of why Taiwan has been so successful is there is a very clear understanding that all the policies are for the greater community. You as an individual might not be necessarily affected or be in grave danger if you get the virus, but kind of there's this understanding that there are a lot of people at risk and so what you do is to keep those people protected. That's been really amazing to see. I would say the advice is to just try to think about the greater community and that your actions kind of ripple out and take care of each other.
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 17, 2020 8:43 PM

“Interview - Maroy, Lyon France:
This is a first hand account of the coronavirus situation in Lyon France, including one member of their community that has been diagnosed, and another working in a nearby hospital.

Maroy:
I am 25 and I'm living in Lyon in the east France and it's like the third ... See Moreregion which is the most touched by the virus. And right now I'm at home since Monday the government told us to stay at home, so I'm not touched by the virus, but I know some, an old person who are touched by the virus. And I have a friend who is working in the hospital in the care units and she explained to me what the media is hiding and what's the truth behind this virus.

Safelyhq:
What area does your friend work in the hospital? And what is she seeing?

Maroy:
She's living in the South of France, Toulouse and she's in the care units. So she's working closely with the people who are in the worst situation in the hospital. So she see's a lot of cases everyday and everyday she's told me that it's worse.

Safelyhq:
Some of the materials state that it's mostly older people that are impacted, is that what she's seeing?

Maroy:
So at first in the media, they say that only old people and fragile persons who have a disease are impacted. But now this is not the truth. Now,people who are 23 years old, 25, 30 are impacted.

Safelyhq:
Have you heard anything about testing? Is it hard to get testing or is it easy to get testing?

Maroy:
Yes. One week ago I was talking with my doctor and we were talking about the virus and he told me, you know, we are talking a lot with the other doctors and I can tell you right now that we don't have in France,no testing, no tests anymore. We don't know if a person has a flu, if it's simple flu or the coronavirus and when he told me that I was really anxious because even the doctors can't diagnose now if this only a flu or if it's worse.

Safelyhq:
At the hospital, where your friend works? Is there enough room for people or are they worried about how much space they have?

Maroy:
No, unfortunately not. Now they are transferring patients to another hospital to welcome the patients who are infected by the virus. And I also heard that in some hospitals they are taking the children's room. So the services reserved for children, they are transferred to the care unit because they do not have enough room for them. They don't have enough places now.

Safelyhq:
Is there anyone that you know of or any people that you are aware ofthat directly, or through friends or family that have been diagnosed with coronavirus?

Maroy:
Yes, the cousin of my husband has been diagnosed so she's at home. She can't be at the hospital because there are too many people and they said that if she don't have struggle to breathe, she needs to stay at home. The government said that you can call emergency, only if you're struggling to breathe, if you should just have fever. Or a cough if you cough you stay at home, but really if you can't breathe you can call the emergency.

Safelyhq:
So now that you've had experience in France with coronavirus, and hearing about your husband's cousin and your friend at the hospital, what's your feeling about coronavirus and how serious it is? Are you concerned now that you have had direct impact?

Maroy:
Yes. I'm really mad get the government because they they take that too easily. They didn't do the right things at the beginning. People need to understand that this is really, really serious. And I'm pretty anxious because now yesterday I was doing shopping, so just to buy food and the all people in the grocery was afraid was wearing masks and there was nothing, people were struggling to find some pasta or something like that. And I'm really mad because we can see that a lot and a lot of people are infected by the virus. My friend who is nurse, is really afraid, she's really anxious, she's really scared to have it. She's pregnant and she needs to work even if she's pregnant. And I'm really mad against the government for that. I'm sure that if it took the good decision at the right time, they would not have a lot of cases like right now.

Safelyhq:
Is there any message that you have for people listening based on what you've learnt so far?

Maroy:
Don't take that too lightly. This is really my word, don't take that too lightly. When I see that in UK, they say that they are counting on the auto immunity of people. I just don't understand. If I have a thing to say it, don't shake hands, don't hug someone, wash your hands carefully, and just take it this really, really seriously. Because this is not a simple flu. It's bigger than that.
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 25, 2020 12:39 PM

“Trader Joe’s announced that the Union Square location of its grocery store had temporarily closed for cleaning, as had the adjoining wine store, the company’s only in the city.

The staffer who tested positive at the Union Square Trader Joe’s was last in the store on Sunday, March 22, the company ... See Moresaid. According to the store’s online hours on Google Maps, the Trader Joe’s grocery and wine stores are expected to reopen Saturday.
Source: https://ny.eater.com
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 21, 2020 3:19 PM

“Interview - Doctor in Paris, France:
This is a first-hand account from a SafelyHQ user that is a medical professional on the coronavirus situation in France. She discusses how her work has changed since the start of the pandemic, work rotations and testing for medical professionals, and issues faci ... See Moreng patients and medical professionals.

Charlotte:
I'm a pediatric resident and I work in a pediatric hospital. I was working in the genetics unit and it's mostly outpatient and non-intensive care, so we were actually closed down last week. Just because most of us are pediatricians and so we were kind of needed elsewhere. So I decided to stop working because of my pregnancy. But then all my other colleagues are still working and they're actually now, at home, confined at home and they're waiting to be called to different departments are probably either the ER or intensive care unit and from what they understand for now, they just have to stay home and rest. And they're going to be called out probably next week when the first wave of doctors start being a little tired, probably hospitalized because they themselves are sick. So right now they're mostly, resting at home. And then I know that our unit, so was shut down and a lot of other non-urgent care at our hospital was shut down and everything is being reorganized so that we have Covid units. And so at the hospital I work in, is actually a pediatric hospital, but they're going to open an adult Covid unit just because obviously adults are more affected than children are.

SafelyHQ:
Are there any changes as a pediatrician?

Charlotte:
In most maternity at least in Paris, the dads aren't allowed in the delivery room or in the hospital at all for now. So things are pretty rough on new moms right now. And I know that we're also kind of being slowly prepared that we're probably not going to be able to have an epidural just because there won't be any doctors available. So, getting prepared for maybe a rough delivery for most new moms right now, at least new Parisian moms.

SafelyHQ:
Is testing easy for people to get so far or has it been a problem for some people. And how do things look like on that front?

Charlotte:
So, in our hospital it's very easy for all medical, staff if they have any of the symptoms to get tested. It's very, very easy. I know that for patients we only test patients that are unstable or in very critical care. Just because we can't afford to test everyone, but staff is definitely prioritized and we're all told we can get tested as easily if we want to. Or if I mean, not if you want to obviously if you have symptoms.

SafelyHQ:
Did you know anyone who has got diagnosed with coronavirus?

Charlotte:
Yeah, actually, I already have a couple of friends who are staying at home because they have it. One of my, well actually he is also a pediatric resident is at home right now with, well he's getting tested today, but it's most likely Covid. His wife was tested and got tested positive after having a five day fever. And now he has a fever since yesterday, so he did his test today. So very, very likely, also Covid positive. And so his wife is also a medical resident who probably got it working at the ER and then he got it through her.

SafelyHQ:
Being in the medical field and seeing what, the medical field is doing in France and learning about, about coronavirus. And having some friends who have it, do you have any, messages that you, they have for people who want to learn more?

Charlotte:
I think just the best thing is to stay informed on what's happening on reliable sites because I know there's a lot of misinformation out there and just do what they can to stay home. Because the big wave is going to come. And I know all my friends in the hospitals are getting as ready as they can, but I'm sure you've heard that there already some parts of France that are in a very, very complicated situation where they're already out of machines for like life support machines and out of room in intensive care units. And so hopefully Paris doesn't get there, but we never know. And it all kind of just relies on people really being careful and staying home and I know everyone wants to go outside to buy their bread and whatever, but it's always a risk. And just be mindful that, yeah, doctors are doing the best they can. And I know I have friends that are pharmacist and other things like that that are complaining because they don't have masks or they're not protected. But the truth is doctors rarely have mask as well, and everyone's of kind of going through it as they can and doing the best they can. So yeah, that's the message. I think just relax, stay at home and know that everyone is trying to get organized and do the best they can, and it's obviously not perfect, but it is what it is for now.
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 18, 2020 2:42 PM

“An employee at a Waffle House has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the restaurant. That employee works at the restaurant at 1849 Marietta Highway in Canton, Georgia and the location is temporarily closed.

"During the restaurant closure, we sanitized the restaurant thoroughly, using ... See Moremethods specifically designed to clean and disinfect," said the Waffle House Director of Public Relations Njeri Boss (...).

Waffle House said the employee last worked on March 1 and that the 12 co-workers who worked with that person were instructed to self-quarantine at their homes through Saturday, March 14.

Source: https://www.11alive.com
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 25, 2020 12:41 PM

“The company’s Soho location closed earlier this week. The employee who tested positive for COVID-19 was last in the Soho store on Tuesday, March 17, according to a company spokesperson. It’s still up-in-the-air when the Soho Trader Joe’s will reopen, but standard protocol is to close at least three ... See Moredays for cleaning.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we have temporarily closed the store for thorough cleaning and sanitization. As soon as the store has been fully cleaned and restocked, we plan to reopen,” Trader Joe’s said in an announcement on their website.
Source: https://ny.eater.com
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 18, 2020 2:36 PM

“Interview - SafelyHQ User in Malaysia:
This is a first hand account of the coronavirus situation in Malaysia. The user discusses a colleague's mother being infected, tested, and treatment as well as the situation in the country.

User:
All right. I'm located in Petaling Jaya city in Selangor in ... See MoreMalaysia.

Safelyhq:
Okay, thanks. And what's the scenario in, in your case, how has coronavirus impacted, or what's the experience that you've had?

User:
Initially I thought it wasn't that bad because there were the only like 20 cases, so I thought with 20 cases, you actually just heal up then, it explode to about 50 or a hundred cases. And one of those cases actually affected a colleague's mother in my workplace. And so, we were all given the directive to self-quarantine immediately while the office was getting sanitized. The effect it has had, is a little bit surreal to know that it's coming very close, in terms of actually effecting one of the colleagues. But thankfully he has been tested negative so far so that's a good thing. So just after that, just last night or something, our prime minister declared a movement restriction order in that nonessentials services will be closed and things like it. So things are getting serious and we just had two deaths in the country. Two people have been killed by the virus. And that's a pretty profound and the statistics are climbing for us, like almost 700 people are affected by the virus. I do not know what is the full impact of the restriction order. How will it be enforced, whether there'll be any enforcement of the restrictive order. Some private premises have already started closing. There are closure notices everywhere and things like that. We see councils and staff that are issuing notices of which places they're closing, which places they're checking. Even my friend has a small restaurant and he's saying that it's only open for take away. So, it remains to be seen how these will really affect me and the community and things like that.

Safelyhq:
Do you know how testing worked for your colleague's mother, if she was able to get successfully tested and how that worked?

User:
I do have an account of the experience, she checked into the hospital with some fever and they did an initial test on her. The test that she took, it takes two days to have results. So after two days, they knew that was positive and by that time it was like Tuesday or something like that, Tuesday or Wednesday. And then we got the news then I was immediately told to evacuate the office because he was in office on Monday for a few hours so they might be some contamination and things like that. So on the colleague's mother, after the test was done she was warded into the hospital, special ward and was taken care of. And so far only experiencing mild fever and things like that. And after that she was tested a second time and it was still positive. The son is negative, and so far well she still has the virus inside her. Yeah, it's already been two weeks and not this week. So, we are not sure what is going to happen.

Safelyhq:
Now that you're impacted by coronavirus, do you have any message to people, now that it's something you've experienced personally or any recommendations?

User:
Okay. basically just stay away from large crowds. Stay within your own home if possible as much as possible. Only go out if you absolutely need to like get groceries done or get food or things like that, which is basically the aim of this movement control that we are having now. Basically that for individuals, do not travel, interstate or do not travel long distances back to your hometowns or homelands because that might cause the infection amongst other people who are older or elder, it's mostly the elderly people who get affected the most with the underlying conditions. However, one of the deaths in our country, is from a 34 year old men. Who didn't have any preexisting conditions. So that's actually quite scary. For this, I think the advice of staying away from people, and keeping checks on your health and practicing all the hygiene things, washing your hands for 20 seconds, wash up your hands and hand sanitizers and things like that
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 15, 2020 4:11 PM

“I walked by Bar PIsellino at 5:21 PM on Sat, March 14 and it was packed inside the restaurant and also in the outdoor seating area. I have a picture. They are clearly not following the requirement to reduce capacity by 50% to help reduce the spread of coronavirus. This is extremely socially irrespo ... See Morensible!
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

March 17, 2020 2:35 PM

“Interview - Valorie, Pennsylvania
This is an interview with the parent of a presumptive coronavirus patient that was denied testing.

Safelyhq:
Valerie, thanks for joining us. Really appreciate it. Your situation relates to your daughter. Can you describe to us when she first felt sick and what ... See Morethe symptoms were at that time and what they've progressed to now?

Valorie:
Okay. It started on Wednesday night into Thursday. She had developed a deep cough, a dry cough, which only got louder over time as the only way I can describe it and more steady and it sounds like a pneumonia type cough. She also had a cold, a very severe cold, and then she finally didn't develop a fever until last night. So that's Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. That's how long it took to get a fever.

Safelyhq:
What was your experience in trying to get testing?

Valorie:
So today I did call her pediatrician exactly when they opened and I left an urgent message saying to please advise me what to do. My daughter now has all the symptoms of coronavirus and I don't even know if you're able to see her. And she said, no, you're right. We cannot see her. And she urged me to call a hotline. I even called urgent care, seeing if she could be seen there. They told me no, same thing call this hotline. So I called the hotline. I was on hold for approximately two hours the first time. I mean, because I estimate that because I was able to get myself and her fully ready to go, thinking that they were going to send us to the hospital wherever we needed to go to get tested. Okay. That never happened. I took a bath, had it on speaker phone, got everything ready, set us all. I mean we have a three person family and I had to hang up eventually because her pediatrician was calling me back with the response to the urgent message. The second time I was on hold, about the same amount of time I was on hold for a total of four hours today.

Safelyhq:
Is there any conditions that your daughter has that might make her higher risk or make it more urgent?

Valorie:
Yes, she has anemia and she is a very contractive person. I don't know why she gets sick every month with something in school. And that's why I looked at urging that please close the schools. Please close the schools because it just is going around. My daughter will be the one who gets it for sure.

Safelyhq:
And so do you have an idea of where she might have got it?

Valorie:
I honestly would have to say that it would be at school. Her sister didn't get it. I didn't get it. I was engaging in doctor appointments and kind of normal social activity until the end of next week because I figured sending them to school is just as bad as any of us going out into the public.

Safelyhq:
And so what are you the next steps that you plan to take given you've had a hard time getting medical care?

Valorie:
Well I plan on just calling the hotline again tomorrow. What the pediatrician did do, I guess to cover their own end of the spectrum. They sent over an urgent RX to the pharmacy for amoxicillin just in case. Just in case it is not a virus. Then if that doesn't treat it, that's how I know sooner. You know what to do. So if that doesn't treat it, and if I can't get through on the hotline, I just plan to drive to the hospital, which was designated as a location anyway through our healthcare system and go in myself and alert them ahead of time.

Safelyhq:
And what is your message to people that are concerned about coronavirus now that it's, it's something that you've seen firsthand. Do you have a message for other people?

Valorie:
A message that's kind of hard to come up with? Everybody's healthcare system is going to be different, if you don't succeed at first. There's got to be another step you can take. Be proactive. think of yourself, think of your family, and do whatever you feel is best, not what a hotline is telling you or say. And not exactly what your doctor's telling you or say. If you want to be tested, find a way.
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User

June 25, 2019 10:54 PM

“I am a vegetarian and ordered food. I was shell shocked after i received chicken quesadilla and unknowingly i took a bite of it. On checking with the manager he told sorry and said he is not responsible for his employee mistake and said he is not sure on how to comaint this to a higher level. Also h ... See Moree said if anything happens to me i should come back and then sue the company.i am allergic to meats please let me know how to take this. I am feeling so pukish
Reported By SafelyHQ.com User