Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, WCRx Pharmacy has gone above and beyond
on the frontlines, providing continuous care to their communities and so much more.
We helped curb the spread of coronavirus by providing timely guidance to our patients online.
We went to great lengths to make hand sanitizer available to the public, helped ease burdens,
lifted spirits and gave back to our community in all kinds of creative ways, From education to
vaccination and all the acts of kindness in between.
FAQ on telehealth and HIPAA from the US Department of Health and Human Services: https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/telehealth-faqs-508.pdf
Here is a list of COVID-19 resources for all 50 states: https://www.policymed.com/2020/03/u-s-state-health-department-covid-19-resources-for-patients-and-healthcare-providers.html
The CDC has added six new warning signs of COVID-19. The new symptoms are: chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.
COVID-19 may be causing sudden strokes in adults under 50. Doctors recommend calling for an ambulance if you experience stroke symptoms as the condition could be related.
According to the CDC, face coverings or masks should not be used on young children under 2 years old or anyone who has trouble breathing.
Recent guidelines from the White House on reopening the country include 3 phases, starting with a 14-day period of reduced flu-like illnesses, COVID-19 cases, and hospital overcrowding.
Medical experts suggest that patients in need of prescription medication stock up with at least a 30-day supply on hand during shelter-in-place, or in case of self-isolation.
The virus spreads person-to-person. The CDC estimates that 6 feet is a safe distance from someone who may be infected.
Wash your hands
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
Clean and disinfect commonly used surfaces
Diluted household bleach solutions and solutions with 70% alcohol are ideal for disinfecting surfaces.
Responding to public health crises can have a detrimental effect on mental health
The CDC recommends limiting consumption of media coverage about the disease and focusing on self-care activities at home.
Stay home if you are sick
Unless medical care is needed, the safest way to protect others is to stay home.
Cover coughs and sneezes
Cough and sneeze into your elbow, to prevent any particles transferring to another person through touch.
Wash your hands
Use warm, soapy water, and wash for at least 20 seconds.
Wear cloth face coverings in public settings
Especially in places like grocery stores and other communal areas where it is hard to maintain social distancing.
Recent studies have shown that coronavirus patients can be asymptomatic (lack any symptoms of the disease), so face coverings are important.
Use non contact methods of greeting, rather than handshaking to prevent spread of virus
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