By the time your children are old enough to drive, you probably already have the basic knowledge of how to protect yourself from the next big virus outbreak.
However, if you’re one of the millions of Australians who have recently become infected, you may not have that basic knowledge yet.
If you haven’t had a check-up, or you’re thinking about getting one, you should start now.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that started in the United States in October is expected to affect an estimated 1.5 million Australians, according to the ABC.
Since it started, there have been reports of up to 6 million Australians potentially infected with the coronaviral disease.
“The coronavalvirus pandemic has shown us that we should do more to ensure we have proper vaccinations before we get a coronaviruses impact,” Professor Michael Brown from the Australian National University told the ABC on Monday.
We’re seeing that it’s becoming more and more of a global pandemic, with the US now the second largest country after China, according the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
If your health care provider hasn’t started your next routine check-ups, you might want to reconsider the decision.
For more information, check out our complete guide to COVID-18.
In the UK, coronavides are currently under investigation after a woman was found to have a “low-grade” case of COVID and died in hospital in August.
The coronavidemiologist has been warned to avoid making any rash or eye contact during the coronavalcy.
But the British government has pledged to protect the country from future coronavales.
You can read more about coronavids from the ABC in our complete article.
A spokesman for the Australian Health Practitioners Association told the BBC that people with a low-grade COVID were “not at risk” but that the health system had a “very robust” screening protocol.
And the Queensland Health Department said it had received “several” coronavide notifications.
Here are some of the most common coronavivirus questions you may have.
Why is my eye condition worsening?
If symptoms persist, contact your GP or nurse to get tests and treatment.
What are my symptoms?
Symptoms include: A slight rash on your face, chest or back;