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Violence Against Women
During the #COVID19 pandemic, risks of violence increase due to: ❗️ More time at home with abusers ❗️ Rising stress ❗️ Isolation from social support networks ❗️ Limited access to critical services #coronavirus
Violence Against Women
If you are experiencing violence during #COVID19: 🤝 Reach out to supportive family, friends or neighbours ☎️ Call a hotline or access information online if possible 🆘 Seek out local services for survivors #coronavirus
Clothes, towels and bed linen
How should I wash and dry clothes, towels and bed linen, if no one in my household is a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 patient?
Fruit and Vegetables
Q: How should I wash fruit and vegetables in the time of #COVID19?
Coins and banknotes
Q: Can #COVID19 be spread through coins and banknotes? #coronavirus #KnowTheFacts
Grocery shopping
Q: How can I grocery shop safely in the time of #COVID19? #Coronavirus #KnowtheFacts
Frontline COVID-19 Responders
It is normal to feel fearful and anxious during this time. Talking about your feelings will lessen your distress. #MentalHealth #coronavirus #COVID19
Children and Older Adults
It is normal to feel fearful and anxious during this time. Talking about your feelings will lessen your distress. #MentalHealth #coronavirus #COVID19
FACT: #COVID19 IS NOT transmitted through houseflies
Talking about COVID-19
Talk to your children about #COVID19. It’s hard for them not to hear about it. Silence & secrets do not protect our children. Honesty & openness do. Think about how much they will understand. You know them best.
Keep calm and manage stress
Crowded and messy home? Kids crying? Teenagers screaming? Back-to-back online meetings? Take a deep breath. Take a break. Do something for yourself. Take care of yourself so you can take care of your children
Keeping it positive
Praise is powerful. Try praising your child or teenager for something they have done well. And do it in a genuine way. They may not show it, but you’ll see them doing that good thing again.
Catch bad behavior
Catch bad behaviour early and redirect your kids' attention from a bad to a good behaviour. Clear, positive instructions get us the behaviour that we want. Swap ‘don’t make a mess’ for ‘please put away your pens’
Structure up
Exercise helps kids with a lot of energy (and adults) to de-stress when we #StayAtHome. Let your child choose the music and have a 10-minute dance! You might even impress them with your moves!
One-on-One Time
Try taking 20 minutes doing something the kids choose – like playing a game or reading - together with them. No phone or TV so you can focus on them. Quality time will make them feel safe and loved.
Stay Positive and Healthy
For all older adults & people with underlying health conditions who have to #StayHome, don't forget to: - Be physically active & mentally positive - Be socially connected via phone calls or social media - Be informed by local health authorities & WHO
When to seek medical care
For adults over 60 & people with underlying conditions, it is vital to: - Check for common symptoms - Keep your family/friends informed if you need assistance - Seek medical care immediately, if you have difficulty breathing. Call first, if possible.
Keep your distance
For those over 60 & people with underlying health conditions, keeping your physical distance is advised. - Stay at least 1 meter away from others - Decline visits during the #COVID19 outbreak - Alternatively, socialize by phone everyday with friends or family

6abc May 25 shared via Twitter
For the study, published by South Korea's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, researchers looked at 285 COVID-19 patients who tested positive, then negative, and then positive again, said Dr. Jen Ashton, ABC News chief medical correspondent.

actdottv May 19 shared via Twitter

6abc May 20 shared via Twitter
A new study out of South Korea suggests that people who test positive for COVID-19 a second time may no longer be contagious.

christymarx May 23 shared via Twitter

kpboxer May 21 shared via Twitter

business May 18
LATEST: Recovered coronavirus patients who test positive weeks later likely aren’t able to transmit the infection to others, new research from South Korea shows

yayitsrob Apr 16
Want to understand the rough scale of a country’s Covid outbreak? Then look at its “test-positivity rate”: the % of tests that are positive. In Germany, the positive rate is 7%. In Canada, it’s 6%. In South Korea, 2%. In the US, new data show it’s 20%.

zeldman May 20

serenahrm Feb 24
"South Korea reports 70 new cases of coronavirus, raising total to 833 cases" - Yonhap The # of COVID positive cases can be proportional to/conditioned by the # of tested (governments' capability to test & will to control, ex. South Korea, Italy)

OfTooth May 21
South Korea confirmed that there were actually 0 cases of getting the virus a 2nd time. Please stop spreading disinformation. There is no evidence that a 2nd infection happens.

Amy_Siskind May 19
Finally some potentially positive news: a new study in South Korea finds patients who test positive a second time are not infectious.

xeni Feb 25
USFK soldier at Camp Carrol in South Korea is first US service member to test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), a US Forces Korea statement released within the past hour says.

OnlyTRS 17 hours ago

AlWalentis May 19

veryvirology May 24

NickSzabo4 Feb 26
Admitted to hospital last Wednesday. Hospital requested a COVID-19 test from the CDC and was refused. CDC changed mind Sunday. Came back positive today. A PCR test that if properly distributed to hospitals, as in China, South Korea, etc. could readily give results in a few hours.

chriskrchr May 20

koryodynasty 14 hours ago
Here in South Korea, a handful of workers at a logistics centre for an online shopping retailer tested positive for COVID-19. So authorities have started to test 3,626 people linked to centre incl. permanent workers, temps, and suppliers.

AsadulJumman May 21
People who recover from COVID-19 but test positive for the virus again days or weeks later are not shedding viral particles and are not infectious, according to data released Tuesday by the .

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