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COVID-19 Checkup

Online Coronavirus Check

Check your symptoms and get to know if you need to contact a doctor now.

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The online checkup provides information about the symptoms and risk factors for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The online checkup was created by doctors, but it cannot replace a personal visit with a medical professional.
What to do

I feel sick. Do I have to visit a medical center?

Based on your symptoms and the country you are residing you might have to visit a medical center. Taking in consideration the WHO Guidelines for COVID-19 our algorithm will give you a recommendation when to seek help of medical professionals.

Stay calm and rational

How to react

In many countries, public institutions and companies are being closed to prevent the virus from spreading further. Those with symptoms or direct exposition to the coronavirus are recommended to take a test at the moment. Read on here.



Prevention

Hygienic Measures

Taking hygienic measures is the best way to inhibit infection and to stop spreading the disease. Read on here.




Taking hygienic measures is the best way to inhibit infection and to stop spreading the disease.

Avoid social contact

The coronavirus is mainly transmitted from person to person. Avoiding events, parties etc. prevents the virus from spreading further. This is why social contact should be reduced to a minimum.


Wash your hands

The most important corona prophylaxis is regular and thorough hand washing with soap for at least 20 seconds. The soap attacks the outer shell of the coronavirus and kills the virus. Alternatively, the hands can be cleaned with disinfectant. However, this must be a virucidal disinfectant.

Hygiene environment

Experts estimate that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is mainly transmitted through coughing and sneezing. Please cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing and sneezing. The tissue must then be disposed of immediately.



Keep distance

In order to avoid contact infection with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) it is recommended to keep 1m (3ft) safety distance for people who cough or sneeze.


Avoid touching your face

The coronavirus can get into the face area through your hands. From there, the virus can easily get into your body. An infection will mainly affect the airways, but it is not excluded that the current coronavirus (COVID-19) attacks other organ systems.


Most recent information by the WHO here