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COVID-19 Useful Resources

COVID-19 awareness materials

Browse our collection of resources on COVID-19, including useful information for patients, visitors and those self-isolating at home.

Practicing good hygiene

Practicing good hygiene can help to minimize the spread of infection, for example washing your hands frequently, cleaning surfaces regularly with disinfectant, and covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.

Physical distancing

Physical distancing can reduce the rate of COVID-19 transmission by half. Find out more about physical distancing, including what to do when greeting family or friends.

Home isolation and quarantine

Read our guidance on what to do if you are an individual isolating at home or if you are isolating with other members of your household.

Daily tasks

To help minimize the spread of infection, take proper precautions when you carry out daily tasks such as going to/from work, the grocery store or the pharmacy.

Emotional health

The Emotional Help Line is available Sunday to Thursday, 8 a.m to 3 p.m. for JHAH patients, and the family members of JHAH patients, who are admitted to a JHAH hospital, in a quarantine facility, or in-home isolation to provide psychological support and counseling when needed.

COVID-19 Resources

World Health Organization

COVID-19 educational material and news updates from the World Health Organization (WHO).

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Centers for Disease Control

COVID-19 educational material and situation updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Johns Hopkins University

COVID-19 tracking map with real-time updates on confirmed and recovered cases from Johns Hopkins University (JHU).

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Ministry of Health

The Public Health Emergency Operation Center of the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Saudi Arabia.

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Saudi Center for Disease Prevention and Control (Weqaya)

View the latest list of COVID-19 affected countries as defined by the Saudi Ministry of Health.

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@JHAHNews

JHAH News on Twitter keeps you up-to-date with the latest special COVID-19 measures that come into effect at JHAH.

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More information on COVID-19

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Asymptomatic Confirmed COVID-19 Individuals

Individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19, but are asymptomatic, do not display any symptoms, and who are not part of a special group, such as the immune-compromised, should take the following actions to be compliant with the Ministry of Health guidelines:

1. Complete and submit the obligation form (within eight hours of being informed of your results)

 https://form.jotform.com/201582232898461

 2. Download and Install Tetamman and Tawakalna Applications (within eight hours of being informed of your results)

Tetamman:

Get Tatamman MOH mobile application from App Store for IOS devices Get Tatamman MOH application from Google Play for Android devices

 Tawakalna:

Get Tatamman MOH mobile application from App Store for IOS devices Get Tawakalna MOH application from Google Play for Android Decices

 

10 days of home isolation acceptance

Patient information
Isolation location information
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I (as named above) hereby declare I do not have any respiratory symptoms, high temperature or any other COVID-19 symptoms. I will commit to continuing my health quarantine at home for the specified period (10 days) from the date of the positive swab result, or until I am no longer symptomatic. I also declare the following:

  1. Reading, agreeing to and complying with the Ministry of Health Home Isolation guidelines which are as follows:

  • Specify my location using Tetamman application within 8 hours after I receive my permission. Otherwise, the concerned governmental authority will be notified after 24 hours to take necessary actions.

  • Staying at home during all my home isolation period and never leaving unless to seek medical care.

  • Staying in an isolated room away from other household members and to refrain from sharing food and drinks with them, especially high-risk members like the elderly, people with chronic conditions, and pregnant women. I will also stay away from pets

  • Wearing a face mask when I have to leave the room or the house for any necessary reason (e.g. going to the hospital), or when I need to pass by or stay in a shared space. I will keep a distance of one meter and a half or more between myself and others.

  • Covering my mouth and nose with tissue when I cough or sneeze and will appropriately dispose of the used tissue right away. After that, I will thoroughly wash my hands with soap and water for at least 40 seconds or I will use an alcoholic hand sanitizer.

  • Refrain from sharing personal amenities with others (e.g. towel and utensils). I will disinfect with alcohol or chlorine-containing sterilizers all surfaces (regularly touched) like doorknobs, keyboards, light switches, mobile phones etc.).

  • Ensuring that shared spaces at the house has good ventilation like an open window and if possible, allocate a toilet at home for my private use and always keeping the toilet cleaned and sanitized after every time it is used in case I have to share it with others.

  • Monitoring symptoms like a dry cough, high temperature and difficulty breathing and to immediately call 937 in case any of the previously mentioned symptoms occur, or to immediately head to an emergency room if I start to have chest pains and difficulty breathing.

  1. I have been registered in Tetammen and Tawakkalna applications. I was oriented on how to deal with the applications, follow ups and how to perform daily health evaluations.

  2. Log in to Tetamman application to perform daily health evaluations.

  3. Currently, I do not have any symptoms.

  4. I agree to the Ministry of Health (MOH) taking any necessary preventive or curative measures, performing medical and laboratory tests and any other procedures that MOH deem necessary to my health and to the public health. I will report back to the hospital when I am contacted via the above stated numbers.

  5. I pledge to adhere to the above instructions and other instructions issued later by concerned authorities in regards to dealing with COVID-19 pandemic and that not adhering to these instructions and guidelines will result in penalties such as a monetary fine that can reach SAR 500,000 or imprisonment for up to two years or to both penalties.

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