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What are the top 5 Covid-19 symptoms?

Covid19 Symptoms

If someone has symptoms for at least 7 days, with the final 3 days of that showing improvement in their symptoms and the final 3 days also being without a fever in the absent of any fever-reducing medication, then it’s acceptable to consider, at the end of at least 7 days since the start of those symptoms, someone as being negative without having to get a test to confirm that they’re negative.

Nicole Alexander-Scott, MD, MPH – RI DOH Director
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Yesterday there were 49 new cases in Rhode Island, an increase of 0%. Today 0 new cases so far, up 0%. RI today as of 8:19:53 AM has 16813 cases in total, 14232 of which (85%) active, 1 in 74 Rhode Islanders. |

Rhode Island COVID-19 patients by city/town of residence

In comparison, we had 152 new cases in Connecticut yesterday, up 0%. Today 0 new cases so far, up 0%. CT today 7/1/2020 has 46514 cases in total, 31220 of which (67%) active, 1 in 114 people in CT.

Next door, 114 new cases in Massachusetts, up 0%. Today 0 new cases so far, up 0%. MA today has 108882 cases, 9424 (9%) active, 1 in 695 people in MA.

New York yesterday saw 508 new cases, up 0%. Today 0 new cases so far, up 0%. NY now has 417836 cases in total, 296232 (71%) active, 1 in 65 New Yorkers.

New Jersey yesterday saw 554 new cases, up 0%. Today 0 new cases so far, up 0%. NJ now has 176953 cases in total, 116634 (66%) active, 1 in 75 people in NJ.

California yesterday saw 7906 new cases, up 3%. Today 0 new cases so far, up 0%. CA now has 230891 cases in total, 161148 (70%) active, 1 in 231 Californians.

USA yesterday saw 46042 new cases, up 2%. Today 143 new cases so far, up 0%. As of 7/1/2020 at 8:19:53 AM USA has 2727996 cases in total, 1454383 of which (53%) are active, 1 in 215 Americans.

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A | In Case of Emergency

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B | Fear is not our friend — facts are!

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C | What to do first and foremost?

Stay At Home: The Governor has issued a stay-at-home order until April 13. This means that all Rhode Islanders should stay home unless getting food, medicine, gas, or going to work.

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All Rhode Island residents are required to stay home unless traveling to work, traveling for medical treatment or obtaining necessities (food, medicine, gas, etc.). Rhode Island residents may still go outside to exercise and get fresh air, however, they must practice social distancing while outside and avoid touching surfaces frequently touched by others.

Starting immediately, all gatherings of more than 5 people are banned. Individuals should be interacting with the same people every day to minimize the risk of spread.

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COVID-19 basics: Symptoms, spread and other essential information about the new coronavirus and COVID-19

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D | No Health Insurance?

Do This Before 4/15/2020!!!


F | For Your Information

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G | Global Statistics


H | USA Statistics


N | Rhode Island Government News


Q | Rhode Island Local Alerts


R | Rhode Island Local Coverage


S | Steps to Fight Covid19

Steps to Fight Covid19
[1] Stay Healthy at Home
Leave only for essential items such as groceries once a week. Do not travel by car or plane.
[2] Wash Hands & Surfaces
Use soap and warm water and wash hands for 20+ seconds. Frequently disinfect regularly used surfaces.
[3] Avoid Crowds & Gatherings
Avoid crowds of any size, including home visits, recreational areas or crowded shopping.
[4] Practice Social Distancing
Maintain 6 feet between you and others at all times. Otherwise, keep your noses & mouth covered.
[5] Prioritize Mental Health
Seek out virtual social opportunities and maintain a routine. | Providence Haven:
[6] Stay Informed
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U | Q&A on Covid19


Y | Covid19 News on YouTube


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