Covid-19 is developing a complicated and contagious process from patients to health workers, their family members and their caregivers. 8 deaths, mainly patients with underlying disease, have affected the psychology of many patients undergoing treatment and everyone.
Many patients undergoing treatment may exhibit symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, stress, difficulty sleeping, sadness, even exhaustion, fear, anger, guilt, impotence ... Song, here are completely normal manifestations of any patient being treated in the Covid-19 isolation area.
According to the Ministry of Health, the risk of Covid-19 infection among patients in the treatment area is low. Covid-19 did not spread to the community when patients and suspects were isolated from treatment. In addition, the hospital always ensures to provide all the modern equipment and necessities for all patients during treatment. All staff in the treatment area are highly qualified, thoroughly and fully trained, constantly updated and treated. In addition, Covid-19 patients received free treatment and their families also received support during a pandemic.
For medical staff, the Ministry of Health affirms that it is always ready to provide all protective equipment used during the care and treatment of patients, ensuring safe working conditions.
If there is a manifestation of fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc., it is necessary to quickly go to health facilities for testing, screening and prevention of epidemics. Ảnh: Giang Huy
For those who are isolated at home, the Ministry of Health recommends exercising reasonably, maintaining social relationships by email or phone, watching pleasant entertainment programs. Do not smoke, drink alcohol or use drugs to deal with personal feelings.
If you feel too stressed, talk to a health worker or counselor. List the ways you have used in the past to help you overcome difficulties to control your negative emotions during this challenging time.
In particular, only receive and collect accurate information to identify risks and take reasonable precautions. Choose reliable sources like the WHO website, Ministry of Health website or localities.
Young children can respond to stress in a variety of ways, such as being clingy, anxious, withdrawn, angry, peeing, or irritable. At that time, respond to the child's response in a sympathetic, listening and caring way. If possible, plan and create new schedules in new environments for your child to have fun and be safe.
Be honest with your child about what happened, using age-appropriate words to explain to them, with clear information about how to reduce the risk of infection. This includes giving children information about what might happen like a family member, or even a child who feels unwell, has to go to hospital for some time to isolate himself. and everyone around.