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The novel coronavirus, also referred to as COVID-19, is an infection affecting your upper respiratory system. The virus is new, and doctors worldwide are working to learn more about it each day. The coronavirus has quickly made its way worldwide, with over 250 confirmed cases in Pennsylvania as of March 20th. Making sure you are aware of the symptoms can help you know when you should contact your physician or visit a local testing center.
The novel coronavirus exhibits many of the same symptoms as other upper respiratory infections, including the common cold and influenza. If you begin to exhibit any symptoms of an upper respiratory infection, you should contact a physician immediately to determine if you should be tested for the novel coronavirus. Symptoms may include:
The coronavirus is spread through direct contact with an object or person infected with COVID-19 as well as through community spread. High-risk patients are senior citizens or patients with compromised immune systems due to lung disease, heart disease or diabetes. Symptoms may appear between two and fourteen days from exposure, but many patients may not display any signs of being sick.
There are several ways you can prevent the spread of COVID-19.
If you are exhibiting flu-like symptoms, call AFC Urgent Care Conshohocken prior to visiting our center. Our nurses will be able to assess your symptoms before determining if you should be tested. AFC Urgent Care Conshohocken is open seven days a week and accepting walk-in patients for a wide array of urgent care concerns, including injuries, spring allergies and occupational medicine. For questions, please call (484) 243-6735.
With state-of-the-art centers and a professional medical team, AFC provides on-site X-rays, labs, procedures, and more!
Urgent care is for medical conditions that require prompt attention but do not pose an immediate threat to your health or life. Here is a simple rule of thumb: if your medical issues(s) are life threatening, call 911, or go directly to a hospital emergency room. If not, an urgent care center such as AFC is an excellent alternative.