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The Corona Care Kit: Handouts to Help you Handle the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 is scary stuff. With cases spiking across the country and so much new information every day, it’s hard to know what to do. One thing is clear: we'll be living with COVID for a long time and most of us will be taking care of the illness at home.

Nationwide, the CDC reports that there are currently 2,982,900 identified cases. Here in Texas, we are seeing a huge spike as well. These numbers are definitely frightening, but if we all work together we can ensure a healthier future for all.

One Good Turn is here to help. That’s why we created The Corona Care Kit: Handouts to Help You Handle the COVID-19 Pandemic. This practical response plan will help you keep your family safe and avoid the hospital.

The Corona Care Kit provides clear, actionable information for a variety of situations. Whether you have been diagnosed, or need to care for a loved one, we have a handout for you.

The Corona Care Kit includes:

For anyone with severe COVID-19 symptoms.

For anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 but isn't sick or symptoms are mild.

For anyone providing care for a COVID-19 patient.

For anyone who wants to avoid COVID-19 and prevent the spread.

For anyone who needs to monitor COVID-19 symptoms - either for themselves or others.

To download all of the handouts in one PDF, click here.

Keep an eye out for additions to the Corona Care Kit. Upcoming handouts will include: “WORK! How do I handle this?”

With safe practices, wearing masks, and social distancing, we can work together to end this pandemic.

Thank you for doing your part and being a COVID hero!

The information contained in the Corona Care Kit has been sourced from materials published by the following: WHO, CDC, Hesperian Health, Lancet Medical Journal, UpToDate, Merck Manual Consumer Version, and PubMed. It is provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for the medical advice of your health care provider. Information can change, always check with your health care provider and/or


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