Why you should be paying attention to the coronavirus outbreak

By TechCrunch Staff A massive outbreak of coronaviruses in the United States has forced some hospitals to close their doors and hospitals to begin reopening to patients.

Here are some tips to help you avoid a similar fate.

1.

If you’re not sure how the coronovirus is spreading, get vaccinated.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Friday that the first coronaviral cases have been reported in more than half of the nation’s states.

If it’s a cold, flu, or pneumonia case, you should get a full vaccine.

The first doses will be given at least four weeks apart.

2.

Get vaccinated when you can.

As of Friday, there are still no confirmed cases of coronoviruses that can be transmitted to humans.

So even if you don’t think you’ve contracted the virus, the first dose may help prevent it from spreading to you.

If that doesn’t work, a second dose is probably the best option.

3.

Get a test to make sure you’re getting the correct virus.

If a test comes back positive for the virus and you’re tested for it, you’re probably not at risk.

However, if you have symptoms, it could indicate you have the virus.

The CDC recommends testing at least once a week to make it easier to spot it. 4.

Don’t panic.

There are no hard and fast rules about when to get tested for the coronvirus, so you can choose the time that’s right for you.

Some hospitals and clinics are already running their usual tests, so if you need to be more careful, you can always ask the hospital or clinic for guidance.

If your symptoms don’t seem to get better, try taking a short break to take a few deep breaths and rest.

5.

If there’s a problem, report it to the CDC.

The agency is asking that anyone who has had symptoms of coronviruses contact its coronavirotoxin hotline.

It’s a 24-hour toll-free number for people who don’t want to be contacted by healthcare providers.

6.

Stay hydrated.

It can be very cold at times.

If temperatures drop to a cold sweat, try to keep cool and wear layers of clothing.

If these precautions don’t work and you feel sicker, it’s still better to get a second shot.

7.

Avoid standing up to get medical attention.

Standing up for yourself is very important.

If possible, try not to do it in a crowded place.

If this is the case, use the restroom when you have a chance.

8.

Talk to your doctor.

If the symptoms of a new coronavirin are severe, it might be a good idea to seek emergency medical attention, even if it means calling for help.

If they say they can’t help you, try calling a healthcare provider instead.

9.

Wear a mask.

People are dying from coronaviri at a higher rate than ever before.

If wearing a mask is not possible, it may be a better idea to wear a face mask to protect your face.

You can also buy a mask from a store, pharmacy, or health food store, though you may need to pay more.

10.

Keep an eye on your symptoms.

If things don’t improve, contact your doctor or hospital immediately.

The Centers for Diseases Control and Infectious Diseases (CDC), the U.K. coronavivirus advisory, and others have warned about the increasing spread of coronivirus.

If something seems to be getting worse or worse, report the virus to the authorities and keep checking your symptoms, especially if you’ve got other illnesses.

If all else fails, seek medical attention at a doctor’s office.