COVID-19 home care guidelines

Oct 29, 2021

With our hospitals frequently at capacity and with high risk of disease exposure in emergency rooms, it’s understandable — and logical — that certain cases of COVID-19 will be best managed at home.

We put together these guidelines on COVID-19 Home Care to share consolidated know-how on attending to patients, maintaining clean and safe spaces, and having more confidence in managing such cases at home. 

Download: COVID-19 Home Care Guidelines.

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