Coronavirus is taking a never-ending turn. As the number of cases increase on a daily basis, the situation is not just uncertain but more people are now at the risk of the pandemic.
In an attempt to curtail the spread, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has laid down few guidelines for Resident Welfare Associations (RWA).
Given that the number of people infected by the virus in Karnataka is on an all-time high, this advisory will be helpful for gated residential complexes to take adequate precautions.
According to World Health Organisation (WHO), Covid-19 impacts different people in different ways. Most people infected with COVID-19 experiences mild to moderate respiratory illness but can recover without hospitalisation. Some of the common symptoms are dry cough, fever and tiredness. Sore throat, diarrhoea, loss of taste, skin rashes and headaches are other signs to look out for.
In a more serious condition, a person may experience difficulty in breathing, loss of speech and movement and feel a pressure on the chest.
It usually takes 6 to 14 days from when a person is infected to show any of the above symptoms.
In case, you are experiencing any such symptoms, seek immediate medical attention but always make a phone call to your visiting doctor or healthcare provider.
Given the surge in Covid-19 cases in the city, Bengaluru’s health infrastructure is seemingly exhausted. As a responsible RWA you can consider the following to prepare your apartment complexes to handle Covi-19 cases:
With an elaborate guideline like this, and a support and cooperation from residents, you can be rest assured to contain the virus in your gated community.
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