If you have any of these underlying conditions, you should receive regular health checkups, get enough exercise, and closely follow the advice of your doctor. As a matter of fact, everyone of all ages should work to prevent infection through good hygiene practices. If you have a history of direct or close contact with any suspected COVID-19 patients within the past 14 days and you experience symptoms of a fever, cough, runny nose, and difficulty breathing, you should see a doctor for screening and early diagnosis, as this can help to prevent any lung, heart, and kidney complications that might occur. In the case of any indications in elderly patients with underlying lung or heart conditions, patients should also receive influenza and pneumococcal vaccines in order to build up the body’s immunity. These patients should take extra care of their health during this time.
Heart strength assessments to prevent sudden loss of life, either for yourself or your loved ones.