The COVID-19 pandemic has spread to most parts of the world like a wildfire. One of the most telling symptoms of the infection include fever, dry cough and breathlessness. With the number of cases increasing constantly, the pressure on the medical resources of the country has never been greater. Now, 95% of cases of the virus have mild symptoms that can be treated and handled at home with proper quarantine precautions. For people who have mild symptoms or are still asymptomatic but fear having been in contact with the virus, the advice given by doctors is that they need to measure their temperature at least twice a day and monitor it to help determine if they are getting better or worse.
Here are a few tips verified by doctors that you can follow when you are monitoring your temperature at home.