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The Coronavirus

We are dedicated to providing the community with accurate information direct from the CDC, WHO, and the Iredell County Health Department. Learn more below on how to prevent the spread and what to do if you suspect someone is infected.

Prevention

Wash Your Hands

All throughout the day
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Keep Your Area Clean

Wipe down knobs, surfaces, & high traffic areas with disinfectant
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Stay Up-To-Date on Developments

Be aware if the virus is in your area or anywhere that you are traveling to

Be Cautious

Coronavirus has flu-like symptoms so be aware of people around you

Important Facts

  • Masks do not protect those who are healthy from being infected. They are intended for the sick to wear to prevent spreading of the virus.
  • It is safe to receive a letter or a package from China
  • There is currently no immunization for Coronavirus, Flu and Pneumonia shots will NOT prevent the virus, and antibiotics are not effective against virus.
  • Regularly rinsing the nose with saline does not protect you from the virus

Suspect the Coronavirus? Should you come in to the office or stay home?

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, or trouble breathing), you are at risk for having the Coronavirus. If you suspect the virus, you should wear a protective mask to ensure the virus does not spread to those around you and quarantine at home as much as possible. You should be assessed by a medical professional. Please call 833-INFO-PHC (833-463-6742) for an over-the-phone screening to determine what next steps you should take. The Coronavirus has a 14 day incubation period. To ensure the virus does not spread, stay in isolation for 7 days from onset of symptoms AND until symptom free without medication for 72 hours.

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