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COVID-19 Potential Impact on Eosinophil-Associated Diseases The American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED) is closely monitoring developments regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the potential impact on the higher-risk patients in the eosinophil-associated disease community. This is a rapidly changing situation and we encourage you to follow updates on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s website and your state health department website. COVID-19 was first detected in China in December 2019. It has since spread around the world, including to the United States, resulting in the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring a public health emergency of international concern and the United States Health and Human Services Secretary declaring a public health emergency. Potential Impact on People with Eosinophil-Associated Diseases There is not enough information as of yet, however, it appears that people with chronic health conditions, including those who have pulmonary or cardiac eosinophilic disorders, and those who take systemic corticosteroids and/or other immunosuppressive medications (e.g., methotrexate, cyclosporin, rituximab infusions) may be at higher risk of developing complications or more severe infection with COVID-19. Individuals should contact their healthcare provider if they have symptoms consistent with COVID-19. APFED encourages everyone to follow COVID-19 guidance from the CDC and the WHO and to be alert to local quarantine practices in their communities. CDC Information about COVID-19 · Symptoms · Preventative actions · Guidance for high-risk populations Medical Reviewers: Gerald J. Gleich, MD, University of Utah Health; Michael E. Wechsler, MD, National Jewish Health; Praveen Akuthota, MD, UC San Diego Health. This information was been posted to APFED’s website. To stay looped in with communications from APFED, please consider signing up for a membership (a free level is available), which will subscribe you to our email list.
My dad just told my mom he wants her dead. My dad let some people come over to our house today who had been exposed to coronavirus and we have a 1 week old baby living here so my sister in law said that no one can see there baby for 2 weeks because the people my dad invited over were just hanging out so now she’s worried that we could get it and give it to her baby. So then my mom was really upset that she won’t be able to see her grandchild for two weeks and they got in a fight because he’s the one who let the people come over knowing that they had been exposed to the coronavirus (they usually don’t fight because my mom doesn’t like confrontation) and she ended up saying “well why don’t I just go get coronavirus and die” and he said, “I can find some for you.” I literally wanted to punch him in the face. Now I don’t know what to do. I’m so overwhelmed. I have really bad OCD and anxiety in general and I can’t take it anymore. Now my mom is just really upset but she’s still just sitting there in her room with my dad and I hate him and I feel bad for her and I’m so stressed and I havent eaten or drunk anything for a day and a half.
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