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Covid-19

Here at San Joaquin Cardiology Medical Group our physicians and staff are up to date with the latest pandemic developments.  We use this knowledge to keep you safe.

If you're experiencing:

  • new loss of taste or smell

  • a fever

  • frequent coughing

  • shortness of breath

  • fatigue

  • muscle or body aches

  • headache

  • sore throat

  • congestion or runny nose

  • nausea or vomiting

  • diarrhea

 

Please cancel your appointment and contact your primary care provider.

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If you're suffering from more severe symptoms such as:

  • difficulty breathing

  • persistent pain or pressure in the chest

  • new confusion or inability to arouse

  • bluish lips

  • Inability to wake or stay awake

 

Get immediate medical attention by calling 911 or call ahead to your local emergency facility. 

Notify the operator that you are seeking care for someone who has or may have COVID-19.

If you are having difficulty distinguishing between the Influenza (Flu) and Covid-19 you may gather more information from this source.

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current international tracking of covid-19

A country is not testing adequately when it is finding a case for every few tests they perform. Here it is likely that the true number of new cases is much higher than the number of cases that were confirmed by tests. When the positive rate of tests is high the line is shown in shades of red.

Blue lines mean that a country does many tests for each case it finds; the testing effort in these countries is adequate.

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international covid-19 containment eFFORTS

The graph below shows the total number of COVID-19 cases per million people and the doubling time of cases. A longer doubling time indicates a lower rate of transmission.

 

The doubling time is less dependent on testing capacity as long as the capacity does not change over time—which it often does. We would consider a country with few confirmed cases and a long doubling time to be successfully containing the outbreak, although low testing capacity could still be a factor.

 

In many cases a long doubling time may suggest that containment measures are starting to take effect. On the other hand, few cases and a short doubling time may suggest that the outbreak is spreading quickly, and the number of cases is set to increase.

In summary: ​Movement towards the right side of the graph suggests a slower spread of the virus.  Movement towards the left side of the graph suggests a faster spread of the virus.

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