FAQ

Frequently asked questions

COVID-19

What is COVID-19?


COVID-19 is one of many coronaviruses. This virus, also known as SARS-CoV-2, can cause a mild illness or cold.




Why is this virus specified as Corona Virus or COVID-19?


February 11, 2020, the World Health Organization released the official name for this coronavirus as COVID-19. COVID-19 stands for corona (CO) virus (VI) disease (D).




How does COVID-19 spread?


This virus spreads more easily within close distances with others. Particles released by coughing, sneezing, and talking from COVID-19 infected individuals can be a high-risk to non-infected individuals.




Can mosquitos or other insects increase the spread of this virus?


As of December 2020, there is no data to prove this theory correct.




How can you protect yourself?


Follow these guidelines to prevent being exposed to COVID-19:
-Wash hands regularly, especially before eating/preparing food, touching your face, and leaving a public place.
-Practice social distancing by avoiding people who may be infected and keeping a distance from others.
-Utilize masks every time you enter an exposed location or are near other people to protect yourself and others.
-Clean and disinfect regularly, especially frequently touched surfaces; For example, doorknobs, keyboards, handles, phones, toilets, and more.




How can you protect others?


It can take up to two weeks for an individual to experience symptoms from COVID-19, so it's vital to practice the following to ensure the safety of others as well:
-Wash hands regularly, especially before eating/preparing food, touching your face, and leaving a public place.
-Practice social distancing by avoiding people who may be infected and keeping a distance from others.
-Utilize masks every time you enter an exposed location or are near other people to protect yourself and others.
-Clean and disinfect regularly, especially frequently touched surfaces; For example, doorknobs, keyboards, handles, phones, toilets, and more.




What to do if someone you know or have been in contact with is experiencing symptoms or infected?


Stay at home if you believe someone you've come in contact with COVID-19 or someone infected with COVID-19 and Follow these guidelines to ensure proper care and management of this disease:
-Stay at home and isolate yourself for at least two weeks to minimize the risk of exposing others.
-Contact and warn people who may be exposed.
-Seek medical attention if you are experiencing the following: trouble breathing, chest pain, or blue-toned lips.




What is the risk of my child getting COVID-19?


Children can be affected by this virus with a mild cold, but most tend to be asymptomatic; however, Infants and children with underlying medical conditions are at a higher risk.




Should my child practice COVID-19 guidelines?


Yes, your child should also practice COVID-19 guidelines. Children two years or older should wear masks in public areas. Keep in mind disabilities and disorders can determine whether a child should wear a face mask or not. Be aware of who your child comes in contact with and avoid coming in contact with individuals with underlying medical conditions. Children should practice the following:
-Wash hands regularly, especially before eating/preparing food, touching your face, and leaving a public place.
-Practice social distancing by avoiding people who may be infected and keeping a distance from others.




What are the signs and symptoms of having COVID-19?


An individual who has come in contact with this virus may not have symptoms for up to two to fourteen days. Symptoms may be coughing, chills, or loss of smell.




Should you get tested for COVID-19?


The CDC recommends to get tested if you could have been exposed to COVID-19 and experiencing any of the following:
-Coughing
-Sneezing
-Chest pain
-Loss of smell




What can you do after getting tested for COVID-19?


While waiting for the results, be sure to continue the COVID-19 guidelines. After receiving the test results, act accordingly.
If positive:
-Stay at home and isolate yourself for at least two weeks to minimize the risk of exposing others.
-Contact and warn people who may be exposed.
-Seek medical attention if you are experiencing the following: trouble breathing, chest pain, or blue-toned lips.
If negative:
-continue to social distance, maintain proper hygiene, and other COVID-19 prevention guidelines.




Who is at higher risk during this outbreak?


Older adults and anyone with underlying medical conditions are at high-risk for a severe illness from COVID-19.





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How can I apply?


You can access our courses in the following link: COURSES This page allows users to see upcomming and future courses provided by Integrity Health & Education. After locating the desired class, click BOOK NOW. You can go through the dates and select a time to book your course. To view all payment options, select BUY A PRICING PLAN and choose from the four provided.




How do I know if I qualify for a course?


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What documents will Integrity Health & Education need to finish the enrollment process?


Integrity Health & Education requires the following prior to admission. -Proof of education -Immunization records -Identification records For more information and details, please refer to the following link. CNA Program Requirements




What can students expect to gain from the courses provided by Integrity Health & Education?


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What does it take to get CNA certified?


CNA's are expected to provide basic care and needs of patients. Integrity Health & Education provides all the needed knowledge, skills, equipment, and tools to help students get certified and working in the field. For more information, click the link below. Available Courses Program Requirements