As we all know that countries all over the world are fighting the novel coronavirus that has caused thousands of deaths up till now. Coronavirus (COVID-19) that first emerged in Wuhan- China has now spread to almost 199 countries in the world. Considering this exponential increase in Covid-19 cases throughout the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Covid-19 outbreak a global pandemic. In this challenging situation where countries are opting for the lockdown to maintain social distancing, it becomes difficult to visit a clinic for any kind of treatment.
Public Health Organizations and the Ministry of Health are stressing over the fact that people should stay in their homes and avoid unnecessary gatherings and interactions. All this is being done to stop the infection from spreading.
Let’s discuss Covid-19 in detail and see how you can protect yourself from getting infected.
Covid-19 is an infectious disease that is caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. It spreads through the droplets of saliva, cough or sneeze of an infected person. A person who is carrying the virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness. People with a weak immune system or underlying medical problems like diabetes, cancer or cardiovascular disease are at risk of developing serious illness if infected by a coronavirus. The common symptoms of the disease are;
There is no cure for the virus right now except for prevention. You can only prevent and reduce its transmission by maintaining a social distance, practicing respiratory etiquettes and ensuring cleanliness.
Even though coronavirus is spreading very fast, it can be controlled and eliminated by taking some necessary steps. The fatality rate of this virus is only 2% and the majority of the patients recover from the disease. Therefore, instead of panicking, you should stay calm and follow all the precautionary measures that can protect you and your community. You can take the following steps for personal protection;
Just like every other responsible healthcare facility, Dubai Cosmetic Surgery is also doing everything to keep its patients, staff, and community safe. We are strictly following the instructions given by Dubai Health Authority because your health and well-being is our top priority.
Apart from online consultation, we are now providing video consultation as well due to this global pandemic situation. You can consult with our experts through video calling. In this way, they can examine you and suggest you the best possible treatment by keeping a safe distance. It is a beneficial practice for both the patients and the surgeons. We are doing everything to facilitate you and expect cooperation from you as well. Hence, by following this method you can plan your treatments during the outbreak.
To book an online video consultation, you are requested to share your details through our website, email or social media platforms. Our staff will get in touch with you to schedule a video consultation. We are in this situation together and we can fight this epidemic by supporting and protecting each other.
Stay safe, stay healthy and take care of yourself!
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At Dubai Cosmetic Surgery ®, it is our prime concern to ensure the health and well-being of our patients, staff and community.
In accordance with the directives issued by DHA Regulations and Government, we will be temporarily closed from Thursday 26th March until further notice, due to the current global pandemic situation.
However, we will be available to answer your enquiries and schedule online appointments through our website inquiry form and social media platforms. We are also providing video consultations following the outbreak of COVID-19. Therefore, you can book an online video consultation at the comfort of your home. Please provide your name and contact details via website /email/social media and we will contact you for online video consultation.
The patients who already have scheduled appointments at Dubai Cosmetic Surgery Clinic will be contacted by our staff to reschedule their appointments or book online consultations instead.
You can stay in touch with us and receive the latest updates through our website, Clinic Landline +971 4 348 5575, WhatsApp (+971 52 90 777 46 or +971 56 209 2522) and social media channels (Facebook and Instagram).
Stay safe, Stay Healthy & Take Care!