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NHS Grampian statement on Covid-19

Thank you to Gerry Malley for producing this information video in British Sign Language based on our post (https://bit.ly/2vXjnUC) from earlier today.
Transcript:
"I will share [with] you information from
NHS Grampian
Facebook page.
The Scottish Government announced that from 13th March, anyone developing symptoms consistent (similar) with coronavirus COVID-19, even mild symptom, should self-isolate (stay at home) for 7 days.
The most common symptom of COVID-19 are recent beginning of
- new continuous cough and/or- high temperature (fever)
If your symptoms worsen during home isolation, or does not get better after 7 days, please contact your GP or NHS 24 (111).
For Deaf people/BSL user living in Scotland, you can use Scotland's National BSL interpreting video relay service. Go to website www.contactscotland-bsl.org to learn how to use it.
It is important that you do not go to your GP practice, pharmacy or hospital (A&E) if you have the symptoms. You need to protect yourself and other people.
For more information, check NHS Inform website to get up-to-date information about coronavirus www.nhsinform.scot/coronavirus."
NHS 24
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