If a person knows that they or their loved ones may be more vulnerable to becoming seriously ill from a viral respiratory infection, then it is time to make a plan if they begin to experience symptoms such as fever or chills, cough, congestion or runny nose, pain head. . The plan revolves around knowing who to contact and where to go for treatment, and keeping an up-to-date list of all medications taken, including vitamins and supplements, ready to share with your healthcare professional. Acting quickly on the plan and talking to your healthcare professional can be key to helping prevent serious illness, which could include hospitalization.
Therefore, Pfizer’s Know Plan Go campaign focuses on three pillars: knowing if you or a loved one is at high risk of serious complications from viral respiratory infections; plan with your healthcare professional in case you contract a viral infection; and see your doctor if you experience symptoms to discuss what treatments might be appropriate for your condition. Know Plan Go encourages people to be proactive by being informed, prepared and ready to act.
“By shedding light on the importance of raising awareness about viral respiratory diseases in Gulf countries, we provide people with knowledge about transmission risks, symptoms and prevention strategies,” says Dr. Nadine Tarcha, Chief Medical Officer Pfizer Gulf. Know Plan Go enables communities to make informed decisions, promotes early detection and treatment, and ultimately saves lives. Together, we can create a healthier and more resilient community.”