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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Tested positive to COVID-19?

NSW Health advise:

If you’re under 65 years of age, have had two doses of COVID-19 vaccine, do not suffer from any chronic conditions and are not pregnant, you can safely manage COVID-19 at home.

There is no need to visit an emergency department or call an ambulance if you are experiencing mild symptoms such as: • Fever • Runny or blocked nose • Change in taste or smell • Sore throat • Cough • Shortness of breath • Nausea • Diarrhoea

Most symptoms can be relieved with: • Rest • Paracetamol and ibuprofen • Throat lozenges • Keeping hydrated

If you develop severe symptoms you should call Triple Zero (000) straight away and tell the ambulance staff that you have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

These symptoms include: • Severe dizziness • Shortness of breath • Chest pressure or pain lasting more than 10 minutes, • Unable to stand


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