ITV Channel TV has put a range of questions to Jersey's Medical Director for Primary Care, Dr Adrian Noon, including what you should do if you think you have Covid-19 and how best to protect yourself through social distancing and self isolation.
What should you do if you have coronavirus symptoms?
When should people contact the coronavirus helpline?
What is the difference between social distancing and self isolation?
Does the at risk category include pregnant women and should they be self-isolating?
Who is in the at-risk categories?
Is Ibuprofen safe to take after reports that it is not for those with coronavirus?
What are the top things you should have to help you if you get coronavirus?
Why are some people in Jersey not being tested for coronavirus even when they have called the helpline saying they have symptoms?
Do you think that tests will be processed Jersey?
Some people are looking to get tested privately. Does this mean you will get results quicker?
Where should people go online to find reliable information on coronavirus?
Can you catch coronavirus from surfaces and how long can it survive on them?
Is there enough staff in Jersey's health service to cope with this crisis?
Schools are closing. How safe is it for children to socialise with one another in small groups?
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