This video explains how to care for pregnant women infected with COVID-19.
This video explains which medicines to take if someone is infected with COVID-19.
This video states when to go to the hospital when infected with COVID-19: when someone is experiencing severe symptoms.
This video explains various precautions to take during quarantine and home isolation for COVID-19.
This poster gives tips on how to properly quarantine at home if you test positive for COVID-19.
Source: Home quarantine tips
As COVID-19 attacks the body and mind — our rehabilitation efforts aim to restore the whole person, helping you return to your previous quality of life.
Common impairments of COVID-19 include weakness, fatigue and shortness of breath with activity, and difficulty with walking and performing daily tasks. When you experience these physical impairments, it can lead to stress, which negatively effects the mind. Fear and depression can both impact the health of the body.
Early intervention through exercise and activity aimed at treating the whole person will play an important role in the recovery process and can be started at home during self-isolation.
If you are caring for yourself or a loved one at home, how can you keep everyone safe from COVID-19? WHO’s Dr April Baller explains in Science in 5. The video outlines ten steps to prevent infection while caring for a COVID-19 patient at home.
The Coronavirus pandemic has led to an unprecedented public health emergency in India making it difficult for most people to access the healthcare system. The infographics on this page, available in English, regional Indian languages and South Asian languages, provides concise practical advice for the management of COVID-19 in adults at home (current as of April 25, 2021).
If you have COVID-19 and are caring for someone or yourself at home, what is the treatment protocol? What is WHO’s guidance on Remdesivir and convalescent plasma therapy? How to monitor oxygen at home and what are the red flags when you should call the doctor? WHO’s Dr Janet Diaz explains in Science in 5.
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