How to deal with a viral infection

What if you’re in a position to take care of yourself and your loved ones?

You can’t.

That’s because your health is at risk.

The viral infections can occur for a variety of reasons.

Some can be caused by infection with a common, potentially contagious pathogen like E. coli or salmonella, while others can be a result of other, unrelated problems.

It can be possible for someone to be infected while not knowing it.

In some cases, a person may be more likely to have an infection if they’re on antibiotics or taking other medications.

If you or a loved one has had a serious health problem, it can be hard to take steps to protect yourself or others.

Here are some tips to keep your health safe.1.

Always wear protective clothing when outside.

Wear long sleeves, pants, boots, gloves and face masks.2.

Wear eye and ear protection.

Wear a face shield, mask or face mask in the event of a suspected or confirmed infection.3.

If possible, wash hands frequently and in a dry place.4.

Always wash your hands in hot water.5.

Never share your blood with others.

Always share your water and soap with a trusted person.6.

Never drink alcohol or take medications with the virus in them.

If you or someone you know is sick and is at high risk of infection, the best thing to do is get tested.

If it turns out you or your loved one are infected, get tested right away.

There are many tests you can do to help detect the virus.

But be sure to have a copy of your test results handy.

If they come back positive, seek medical attention.

If a person is infected, the most important thing they can do is keep the virus at bay.

They should stay home and avoid contact with others or with close contacts of the person who is infected.

Call a local emergency medical services or call 911 if you think your loved or household member may have been exposed.