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Soar thoat, headache & fever for 2days
The patient had fever for 2 days. She was getting severe chills. On taking Sinarest and crocin, fever is now mild. However it was accompanied by headache and soar throat. These 2 problems still persist. There is no cough or cold. She had travelled to another state in india for 6 days this week, and back at home. Is there a chance of Covid or these are symptoms of regular fever and headache? Kindly help, thanks.
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Do CBP RT-PCR IgG and IgM antibodies tests to rule out COVID
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Monitor temperature and SPO2
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Isolation for 10 days Face mask
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Do a online consultation with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management
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