Please don’t go to your GP’s office in person, call them on the phone, or contact the Community Liaison Office if you need assistance.
Your GP will ask you a list of questions to assess your situation.
The doctor decides whether you should be tested for COVID-19 or not. If yes, they will have the Ambulance come to your house to carry out the test. You will be put in home quarantine ordered by the authorities until results of your test are back.
If your test comes back negative, follow your doctor’s advice.
If your test comes back positive, you will be in mandatory quarantine for 10 days starting from the day of your PCR test. Once the 10 days are over, the authorities will inform you that you are released from quarantine. Do not leave your house before receiving the official notification.
If your test comes back positive and your symptoms are severe, needing hospital care, you will be transported by an ambulance to a hospital equipped to treat infectious diseases.
You will receive medical care in isolation at the hospital for as long as it is needed. You will be considered cured and be let out of the hospital based on the doctors’ decision.