A diagnosis for coronavirus in the medical system is a daunting task.
It involves a lot of data gathering, testing and documenting, and the medical community is still trying to find a way to use it to the best of its ability.
In addition, a diagnosis in the general population is rarely as clear-cut as it might seem.
It’s like a lot more than just a symptom.
But if you’re struggling with a diagnosis, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has compiled a list of questions you can ask the first time you see a doctor about COVID.
Here’s how to get started. Read More