Coronavirus or COVID-19
We have all the supplies you need
We're glad to let you know that we have KN95 masks, Surgical masks, hand sanitizers, gloves, zinc and Vitamin C.
Why Zinc is important? because it's believed that it stops the multiplications of the Coronavirus.
How to boost your immunity?
With Covid-19 outbreak you need to boost your immunity. Vitamin C is your best friend. We offer free 30 Vitamin C tablets when you transfer your prescriptions. We also offer free multi vitamins for senior citizens, free prenatal vitamins for pregnant women. All of that you get once you transfer your profile. And transferring has never been easier. Just call us and we'll do the rest.
We do have Hand Sanitizers!
We finally managed to make our own hand sanitizers and there selling fast so if you need any stop by and grab yours before there all gone they’re selling fast We have 3oz and 12oz size. Also enjoy our offer of a free hand sanitizer when you transfer your profile! See you soon!
We offer free mail delivery for your meds!
Cannot go to the pharmacy to get your meds because of social distancing? sit back and relax.. we've got you covered!
Because your health is our priority, Here at Wellness pharmacy we offer free mail in delivery for your prescriptions, right to your mailbox. All you have to do is call the pharmacy and we'll do the rest. Your copay will charged to your credit card on file. Your receipt will be mailed with your prescription.
What you have to do at home in the mean time:
To minimize your infection risk. The best way to prevent coronavirus is to wash your hands as often as possible Wash and scrub well your hands with soap and water. Always wash your hands before you eat or drink anything. However, it’s also best to wash your hands anytime you’re out in public or after you’re around someone you suspect may be sick. If you can't wash your hands, use a hand sanitizer that contains 60-95% alcohol.
In your home, disinfect your front doorknob, kitchen counters, bathroom counters, and faucets. At work, clean surfaces that people tend to touch, such as doorknobs, stair railings, tables, and surface counters. You can also make disinfectant by mixing 1 cup (240 ml) of bleach with 1 gallon (3.8 L) of warm water.
Don’t shake hands with people, whether they show symptoms or not.
Stay away from people who are coughing or sneezing.
Open windows to ventilate rooms if weather permits.
Avoiding Transmission from Animals: Coronaviruses may transmit from animals to humans, so it’s important to cook animal products thoroughly to kill any germs.
Take vitamin C supplement, Zinc supplement, echinacea to boost your immune system.
Stay home: During this time of uncertainty, Stay home all the time if going out is unnecessary. unless there's emergency or you need to get something that you need, its advised to stay home until further notice.
What to do in public places?
In case you needed to go to a public place, like the supermarket or the post office or your doctor's office, wear medical gloves and a facemask. when you get home, throw your gloves away and wash your hands with warm soap and water. Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough. Try to keep a box of tissues near you at all times. However, it’s also okay to sneeze into your bent elbow if you don’t have a tissue
Dealing with a Possible Infection
Contact your doctor if you suspect you have coronavirus. Tell them about your symptoms and ask if you need to come in for an exam. Your doctor may ask you to come in for lab testing but could recommend you stay home to avoid spreading the infection. Watch for the following symptoms of COVID-19:
Shortness of breath
Tip: If you go into your doctor’s office, be sure to wear a facemask to prevent spreading the infection to those with weakened immune systems. Notify your provider about any new symptoms of fever or difficulty breathing.
Seek immediate medical attention if you experience severe symptoms:
If you experience any of the following emergency warning signs get medical attention immediately:
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
Persistent pain or pressure in chest
This list is not all inclusive. Consult with a medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.