Some confirmed patients who spoke to the Washington Post also reported fatigue and headaches and plenty of worry. One of those patients is also an infectious disease expert, and his advice is worth remembering: “Stay calm. Monitor yourself. The number one thing to keep an eye on is breathing. If it becomes difficult to breathe, you should really get to a facility.” (Note: Call the facility before you come!) Others felt fine throughout and would not have known they were sick if they had not been tested. Losing your sense of smell could be a sign of mild COVID-19 cases, according to recent New York Times reporting.
Meals for Children: EMERGENCY CLOSURE MEALS SERVICE FOR MCPS STUDENTS. Meals will be provided in a Grab-and-Go format and will be available Mon - Fri 11 a.m.–1 p.m. For up to date information and list of locations please visit https://t.co/9QQQhvxlyR
Public Transportation for Essential Travel: RideOnMCT service will continue to operate on the weekday special service schedule put in place last week. Essential travel only, please. Special service schedule details can be viewed here: https://t.co/3qDo7Ae4JN El servicio RideOnMCT continúa operando en el horario especial establecido la semana pasada (Lunes a Viernes). Por favor, viajes esenciales únicamente. Los horarios especiales están disponibles en: https://t.co/Cn7PbhvFcX