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If you are generally healthy and don’t suffer from any chronic or rare medical conditions, we can guide you in whether or not you should use your health provider’s online service or call a doctor. Your.MD can provide safe information about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to help you decide on the next steps.
You should act on the suggested next steps if you think it’s appropriate for you to do so. Always consult a doctor if you’re in doubt or if your symptoms get worse or don’t improve. If your situation is serious, always call the emergency services.
Always follow your national authorities advice on how to behave during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
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