We all know COVID-19 has become an emerging threat across the country. Controlling the spread of infectious viruses is now even more important than before.
At Advanced Allergy & Asthma, we are taking every necessary precaution to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and visitors. For this reason, anyone who is concerned about exposure to coronavirus or has flu-like symptoms should stay home and limit contact with others until said symptoms resolve.
If you have you been in contact with any known positives in the last 2 weeks or are experiencing any of the following flu-like symptoms, please DO NOT come to the clinic and call the office to reschedule your appointment:
Please know, we are taking the following extra precautions within our clinic:
Please be prepared to follow our new safety guidelines at your next appointment.
For information regarding COVID-19 and immunodeficiencies, click the link to watch a video from the Immune Deficiency Foundation:
For information regarding COVID-19 and asthma, click the link for tips from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America:
If you have been to a city, state or country where a community spread outbreak of the Coronavirus has been reported, please contact your medical provider.
Visit www.cdc.gov periodically to stay up-to-date on Coronavirus information.
The Coronavirus disease is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhun, China. It is currently spreading through many countries, including the United States. If you have been to a city, state or country where a community spread outbreak of the Coronavirus has been reported, please contact your medical provider.
Symptoms of COVID-19 have been reported from mild to severe illness and may appear 2-14 days after exposure has occurred. You can help stop the spread of this disease by knowing the signs and symptoms.
The virus is mainly thought to be spread from person to person:
There is currently no vaccine to prevent COVID-19. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid exposure to the virus. The CDC recommends these everyday preventative actions: