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If you have any questions or concerns about testing contact the Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District at (361)-826-7200.

Please note that older adults and people of any age with certain serious underlying medical conditions like lung disease, heart disease, or diabetes are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness and should seek care as soon as symptoms start.

If you suspect you may have Coronavirus, and your symptoms are mild, the CDC provides recommendations: What to Do If You Are Sick & Caring for Someone at Home

Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District also provides more information on isolating and monitoring for severe symptoms: What to Do if You Test Positive.

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Take Recommended Vitamins

The vitamins listed below are recommended to help with overall health, especially for those who are battling COVID-19.

  • Vitamin C: 500 mg BID or 1000 mg daily
  • Quercetin 250-500mg twice a day
  • Zinc 75-100 mg/day
  • Melatonin (slow release): Begin with 0.3mg and increase as tolerated to 2mg at night
  • Vitamin D3: 1000-4000 u/day
  • Optional: Famotidine 20-40mg/day
     

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Treatment Simplified

CCNCPHD Local Health Authority. Dr. Ramachandruni has provided a video for physicians and citizens on treatment options. Dr. Ramachandruni is an infectious disease specialist. Intended for informational purposes only, the video explains Dr. Ramachandruni’s treatment experiences for COVID-19 patients hospitalized in the Nueces County area. Other healthcare providers are urged to use at their discretion. To watch “Treatment Simplified” and learn more about the latest treatment options for COVID-19, residents and healthcare workers can view the video at https://bit.ly/covid19-treatment.