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New Symptoms for Self-Isolating

By Alison Matthews Cusop

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

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Good Morning!

In case you haven't been following the news (!) the government has now added a change in your normal sense of smell and/or taste to the symptom list for self-isolating. So from now on you must consider yourself infected if you have a continuous cough and/or fever and/or anosmia (the medical term for loss of smell) meaning that you, and members of your household, must follow the rules for self-isolating. There are also a few other symptoms that could herald an infection - extreme fatigue, diarrhoea or headache - but these will usually be accompanied by one of the other symptoms.

Stay safe everyone and please encourage other Cusopians to sign up for email alerts from the website so they can keep up-to-date with which businesses are open and doing collection and/or delivery.

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