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Latest CDC Update - March 1, 2024

Respiratory Illness Guidance from the CDC

The CDC has released updated guidance for how people can protect themselves and their communities from respiratory viruses, including COVID-19. This new guidance brings a simplified approach to reduce the risks from a wide range of respiratory viruses, such as influenza, RSV and COVID-19. This is a summary of the new guidance.

If you are sick with a respiratory virus:

  • Stay home and away from others.
  • If you test positive for COVID-19 or the flu, treatment is available to lessen symptoms and lower your risk of serious illness.
  • Return to normal activities when, for at least 24 hours, your symptoms are improving overall, and if you had a fever, it has been gone without the use of a fever reducing medication.
  • Once you return to normal activities, you are encouraged to take additional prevention strategies for the next 5 days to reduce spread to others, especially those over 65 or those with weakened immune systems. These strategies include:
    • practice good hygiene by covering coughs and sneezes, washing or sanitizing your hands often, and cleaning touched surfaces frequently.
    • wear a well-fitting mask
    • keep a distance from others
    • take steps for cleaner air such as bringing in more fresh outside air, purifying indoor air, and gathering outdoors when possible.

This updated guidance is intended for community settings. There are no changes to respiratory virus guidance for healthcare settings. For the complete guidance from the CDC, please go to the following website:

Tested Positive for COVID?

Get medication for COVID-19

COVID-19 medications are available through your doctor, local pharmacies, and health clinics.

Do not wait to get treated if you have COVID-19 symptoms and test positive.

You must take oral COVID-19 medication within five days of your first COVID-19 symptoms.

COVID Testing

UNCAS When to Test for Covid19
Call UHD at 860-823-1189 to schedule a vaccination visit with one of our nurses.

Call UHD at 860-823-1189 to schedule a vaccination visit with one of our nurses.

COVID Booster

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401 W. Thames Street, Suite 106
Norwich, CT 06360

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Enter through the Credit Union entrance

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