COVID-19 Panel Discussion Janice Edwards, Host Dr. Lurley Archambeau & Ernie Banks, Guests
COVID-19 Panel Discussion FROM THE THERAPIST POINT-OF-VIEW Lashanna Alfred, Host Warrnetta Hollingworth & Kimberly Pullom, Guests
The CDC recommends taking several precautions to help protect you from coronavirus.
#COVID19 Update with Governor Mike DeWine
Lt Terence Glaze (Toledo Fire Department) and Elder Johnnie Willis (Chaplain ST Anne's Hospital) discuss the Coronavirus from Their-Point-of-View.
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Corona Delta Variant:
From someone who works at Baptist ER:
With the new variant, Covid Delta, there is no cough, no fever. It's a lot of joint pain, headache, neck and upper back pain, general weakness, loss of appetite, and pneumonia. And of course, more virulent and with a higher mortality rate. It takes less time to go to extremes. Sometimes without symptoms.
Be more careful. This strain does not live in the naso-pharyngeal region. Now it directly affects the lungs, which means that the 'windows', periods of time are shorter.
I have seen several patients without fever, without pain, but who report mild chest pneumonia on their X-rays.
Nasal swab tests are very often negative for Covid-19, and there are more and more false negative results from nasopharyngeal tests. This means that the virus spreads and spreads directly to the lungs, causing acute respiratory stress caused by viral pneumonia.
This explains why it has become sharp, more virulent and deadly.
Please, be extremely careful. Avoid crowded places, keep 1.5 distance even in open places, double face masks and wash your hands often(and when we cough or sneeze)
Please no hugs, it is very dangerous at the moment, as almost everyone is asymptomatic. This "wave" is much more deadly than the first, so we have to be VERY careful and take every kind of precaution.
Do not keep this information to yourself, share it as much as you can, especially with your friends.
Ohio Department of Health?
Center for Disease Control and Prevention: