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Coronavirus Resources: COVID-19
If you are sick, stay home and rest, and avoid going out to public places. The best thing you can do is convalesce at home. If you are sick and plan to see your healthcare provider or come to the emergency department, call the office or emergency department before your visit. The office or emergency department can give you advice on how to avoid spreading any illness, such as what steps to take while traveling to the office and what to do when you arrive, and whether you should wear a mask.
Testing for COVID-19: All testing is being done in coordination with the Vermont Department of Health. Your healthcare provider will decide if you need to be tested on a case by case basis – this means not everyone will be tested. If you are sick, call your healthcare provider first. If you do not have a healthcare provider, call NVRH at 748-8141. Click here for more information on testing at NVRH. Click here if you have been tested and are awaiting results.
What to expect if you come to the hospital or a medical office: If you do come to one of the NVRH medical offices or the emergency department, you will be screened for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. This allows for early isolation of patients with potential COVID-19 symptoms.
Before coming to NVRH or one of our medical offices, please read our visitors policy. We know family members and loved ones play a key role in comforting those who are sick, but as we seek to prevent the spread of COVID-19 we are making these temporary changes. Our policy follows the guidelines of the Executive Order issued by Secretary of the Agency of Human Services Michael K. Smith.
If you are not sick, you do not need to wear a mask. Face masks are more effective at “keeping germs in”, but are less effective at “keeping germs out”.
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