Caring for Your Loved Ones with COVID-19 at Home
The Best of Times|July 2020
Much has been reported about severe cases of COVID-19, but what about those who may be experiencing mild or lesser symptoms and are not in situations where they have to be hospitalized?

According to physicians at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, there are several precautions you can take to make sure you stay safe while caring for someone diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

Limit your direct exposure to your loved one with COVID-19. If possible, sleep in different rooms, use different bathrooms, and have your family member isolate him-or herself in certain rooms of the home.

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