Hampshire County Covid

Hampshire County Covid

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 variant is in the same family as the SARS virus, and at this time there is no vaccine or any certainty of having any coming. I have personally used all the precautions for catching it, but am taking no chances and so far I'm ok, but everyone else in the UK is still going down with it and dying. At least two million people have died already and that number looks like increasing ten times over the next five years.

Every single hospital is jam-packed, so are every hospice care centre; as well as home visits by medics who, just like us, know they're not going to be allowed to work after we all get home one day and they can't hold out for a few hours longer, Hampshire List (hampshire-list.co.uk). What is COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? Coronavirus causes symptoms in the upper respiratory tract (nose, throat and windpipe) and can have serious consequences within the lower respiratory tract (breathing).

Symptoms may include sudden onset of fever, sore throat, headache, tiredness and aching muscles. In some cases diarrhoea and vomiting can occur. It's spread through close contact with infected people, e. g. in community settings, or by touching surfaces that are contaminated with the virus. On 4 January, I received my first email from the COVID-19 team telling me that there has been a possible lab-acquired infection of the virus at a local port in Hampshire.

I was also told to report to the Emergency Preparations Unit (EPU) at Southampton General Hospital for screening and preparation for potential treatment. There is a serious global pandemic caused by a new dangerous virus, called Coronavirus (COVID-19). This virus has spread all over the world and our health services are experiencing many difficulties. Please help us in the fight against this deadly disease by following the advice contained within this notice. There has been a recent outbreak of new coronavirus (COVID-19) on Monday 4 January 2021.