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Stop the Chain of Infection

What do we know about the coronavirus? What do you do if you have symptoms? How does home hospitalization work? And how do coronavirus tests work? We’ve gathered the guidelines for stemming the chain of infections at this time

As part of the fight against the corona virus, each and every one of us is required to follow the guidelines designed to reduce morbidity levels, and adhere to the rules of conduct of the WMD – Washing hands, Mask, and Distance of 2 meters.

To help you locate the information you need, we’ve gathered all the up-to-date guidelines to stop further infections and to help stop the chain of infections:

Corona vaccines – who can get the vaccine, where and when, and what are they entitled to? For more all the information, enter here 

What do we know about the coronavirus? The common symptoms of the coronavirus disease are fever, fatigue, and a dry cough. How long is the recovery time and when can you leave quarantine? For more information, visit

Populations at risk of coronavirus complications - Members of at-risk groups are at greater risk of falling severely ill with the coronavirus. Who is included in at-risk groups? What precautions should be taken to reduce the risk of infection with the disease? For more information, visit

What do you do if you have symptoms of the coronavirus? Fever, coughing, difficulty breathing, and changes to your sense of taste or smell may testify to a coronavirus infection. The following are the steps you should take if one of these symptoms appear.

How home hospitalization works - How is the medical status of a patient in home hospitalization monitored? What rules should I follow? At which stage can I be discharged? For more information, visit

Recovery Hotels - Recovery hotels are intended for bearers of the coronavirus with mild conditions who are unable to quarantine at home. For information about how to get there, the check-in process, conditions, and rules of conduct - Visit this site

The coronavirus testing procedure - Everything you wanted to know about the Corona tests – when should a coronavirus test be performed? Where can the coronavirus test be taken? How is it administered? How long does it take to get results? And what steps do you need to take afterwards? For more information, visit

How an epidemiological survey is conducted - People diagnosed positive with the corona virus are required to respond to an epidemiological inquiry. Why was the survey conducted and what is its importance, what does it include and what should be prepared for it? Learn more

Coronavirus recovery time - What is the average length of time it takes to recover from the coronavirus? When is it recommended to contact your family doctor to request authorization to be released from quarantine? And what is the condition to be released from quarantine for members of at-risk groups? For more information, visit

Who is required to quarantine at home and for how long? In what cases should one enter quarantine, what is the length of quarantine and how can it be shortened? What should you pay attention to when fever or other symptoms appear? And, when can you be released from quarantine? For more information, visit

Quarantine at a hotel for returnees from abroad – who is directed to a quarantine hotel, what are the conditions at the hotels, which tests are administrated during the stay at the hotel and how do you get released to your house? For more information, visit

Who is required to quarantine and for how long? In what cases should one enter quarantine, what is the length of quarantine and how can it be shortened? What should you pay attention to when fever or other symptoms appear? And, when can you be released from quarantine? Tutorial

Your coronavirus test was negative? Stay in quarantine – people who entered quarantine due to being exposed to a verified patient or if they returned from abroad, are required to stay in quarantine for the entire quarantine period, even if the coronavirus test came back as negative. For more information, visit

Your coronavirus test was negative? Stay in quarantine - Even if your coronavirus test was negative, you must stay in quarantine for the entire quarantine period. Why? For more information, visit

Do’s and Don’ts for quarantine - Recommendations for effective coping for people required to quarantine at home. For more information, visit

Quarantining with children - Entering quarantine is likely to cause feelings of stress and worry in children. What do instructions establish? How do you talk to the children about the subject? How do you talk about the subject with children? And what can you do to make it easier for them? For more information, visit

Violating instructions is punishable by fines - A detailed breakdown of the fines for failure to abide by the various guidelines, in accordance with the Emergency Regulations, such as failure to wear a mask or opening a business against regulations. For more information, visit

Violation of the guidelines involves fines - a breakdown of the fines for non-compliance with the various guidelines, in accordance with emergency regulations, such as not wearing a mask or starting a business in violation of the rules. For more information, enter.