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Sick? Now What?

December 5, 2023

The weather’s getting colder, and you know what that means? We’re sick more often! 🤧 It can be tricky to figure out if you’ve got a cold, flu, and COVID-19 since symptoms overlap. A doctor can help, and testing might be necessary to confirm COVID-19. 

If you’re feeling sick, here are a few tips: 

1️⃣  Isolate: Stay away from others to stop any spread. 

2️⃣  Monitor: Watch how you're feeling and get help if you feel worse. 

3️⃣  Test: Consider getting tested for COVID-19 to confirm or rule out infection. 

4️⃣  Ask: Not sure? Ask your doctor for guidance. 

Stay cozy, stay safe, and keep those germs under control!  

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The post has a video thumbnail with blue shading overlaid. The top middle has “You’re sick, now what?” in white text with a rose background. In the video: A young woman with brown shoulder length curly hair is sitting in front of the camera with shelves, books, and decorative items behind her. She is wearing a purple shirt with an orange light jacket and rose-gold glasses.


Weather is getting colder now! Which means we may all be getting sick more often. What should you do if you get sick? First thing you should do is isolate yourself! Stay away from others to prevent the spread of germs. Next, pay attention to your symptoms! If they suddenly get worse, contact your doctor. Third, get tested! Confirm whether you are positive or negative for COVID-19 or other infections. Lastly, if you are unsure about anything, contact your doctor for advice! Stay Healthy! [The screen fades to show a thumbnail of a faded white background of a doctor holding hands with another individual] Deaf. Healthy. DeafHealth. Learn more at] 

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