Coronavirus: Symptoms and Travel History Together Constitute Suspicion, says Chief Medical Officer

Only patients with both the typical symptoms of a coronavirus infection and a travel history to countries affected by the disease will be considered as suspicious of having contracted COVID-19, the chief medical officer said on Friday. The symptoms of a COVID-19 infection include fever and a dry cough, Cecília Müller said. Hungary has had … Continue reading Coronavirus: Symptoms and Travel History Together Constitute Suspicion, says Chief Medical Officer