As we continue to consume the news of the national impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in certain regions of the country, it can be easy to lose sight of all the positive things that people right here in Florida are doing to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and bring this nasty virus to a halt. So hang in there, you’re doing great!
Staying home, avoiding large groups, washing your hands thoroughly and frequently, and cleaning and sanitizing as best you can are all simple and
It has been an extraordinary couple of weeks and amid the stress and uncertainty, it’s never been more critical to stay connected with one another. At ClareMedica, we remain dedicated to keeping you informed about the actions we are taking during this uncertain time and want you to understand that our message is consistent and clear: We’re here for you, you are not alone, and our practices remain open. With all of the information and anxiety generated by the news surrounding
At ClareMedica, we are staying up to date on information and best practices as recommended by the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), so that we can continue to offer our patients better care, responsibly. New information about COVID-19 and preventative measures are unfolding each day, we strongly encourage you to visit the CDC website to stay informed. The CDC is regularly monitoring and updating their website. Test
What is COVID-19? Coronavirus disease 2019, or “COVID-19,” is an infection caused by a specific virus called SARS-CoV-2. It first appeared in late 2019 in the city of Wuhan, China. People with COVID-19 can have fever, cough, and trouble breathing. Problems with breathing happen when the infection affects the lungs and causes pneumonia. Experts are studying this virus and will continue to learn more about it over time. How is COVID-19 spread? COVID-19 mainly spreads from perso
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