It should not be necessary, but there is an emergency 24 hour hotline for your doctor to call them if required.
There is no cure, nor any vaccine yet to combat this disease. Your doctor will treat your symptoms as they present. For example, if you have a runny nose or [...]
Yes, all hospitals have clearly defined protocols which they will follow in the event of being faced with identified or potential cases. All providers also know how to deal with [...]
Your doctor will guide you. Please remember that not all confirmed cases will require hospitalisation. You might be advised by your doctor to remain in isolation at home for a [...]
The current time it takes for the tests to be completed by the NICD is approximately 72 hours. During this period, it is advisable to stay indoors and remain isolated [...]
Your doctor will co-ordinate everything for you, including sending your tests to the NICD and when feedback is received, he/she will contact you and direct you further to the nearest [...]
No, only your doctor can request this as it will be done by the NICD (National Institute for Communicable Diseases) if you meet the criteria to be considered as a [...]
Sore throat, runny nose, flu symptoms, fever, malaise (general feeling of weakness, tiredness, lethargy, muscle aches), problem with breathing, headaches.
If you have travelled internationally to a country where there has been a confirmed outbreak or have been in contact with someone who was infected or exposed, it would be [...]
Yes, if you are confirmed positive for COVID-19, you will be covered from the risk benefit and not from your day-to-day benefits.