Advice, risk assessment and management of COVID-19 patients in GP Primary Care
Close contacts should always adhere to public health advice. Advice for close contacts of COVID-19 may vary depending on a number of factors including: previous infection, vaccination status and whether you have been in contact with a confirmed case who has travelled from abroad. For further information please see 'Guidance on the impact of vaccination on contact tracing', and 'FAQs on immunity and infection'. Guidance will be updated to reflect updated advice in due course.
Minding your long-term health condition during coronavirus (COVID-19) - An information leaflet to support people living with a long-term health condition. For more information about the online Living Well Programme visit www.hse.ie/LivingWell
Frequently Asked Questions on Immunity and Infection are available here
Assessment and management of patients presenting to GP primary care settings with possible 2019 novel Coronavirus (201-nCoV), Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) or Avian Influenza using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
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Publication Date: 11 February 2020
This guidance for GP primary care settings covers donning and doffing PPE, assessment of a patient, management of a patient and decontamination of examination room. This leaflet was included in the PPE packs distributed to GPs.