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    COVID-19 AND THE UPCOMING FLU SEASON


    In preparing for the upcoming Flu Season, CAN Community Health would like to ensure that our patients are aware of the similarities between the signs and symptoms for Covid 19 and the Flu. It is also important to know that both diseases can result in severe illness and complications, which can be minimized by simple measures such as hand washing, social distancing, mask wearing, and getting vaccinated.

    Some of the most common signs and symptoms for both diseases may include: fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, tiredness, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle aches, headaches, and nausea and vomiting. These can range from no symptoms to mild or severe symptoms.

    Per CDC recommendations, and due to the increase in the Covid 19 variants, and most recently the Delta variant in the U.S., we are strongly encouraging our patients to get vaccinated for Covid 19 and for the Flu, as both viruses will likely be circulating at the same time and cause similar symptoms. People can be infected with both viruses (Flu and COVID-19) at the same time and have symptoms of both.

    If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, please contact any local pharmacy near you or the Department of Health for your county.

    Starting September, CAN Community Health will start providing the 2021 Flu vaccine at all of our clinics. Please call your closest clinic to schedule your appointment today.

    If you are currently experiencing any respiratory, flu or cold-like symptoms (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, fever) and need to be evaluated by your provider, do not come to the clinic and call (844) 922-2777 to speak with a medical professional. For any urgent symptoms, call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.

    You may also Click here to see the latest CDC Coronavirus Information.

     

    COVID-19 Self-Checker


    The purpose of the COVID-19 Self-Checker is to help you make decisions about seeking appropriate medical care. This system is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease.

    Click here to start the self-check process.

    We are now open with our regular scheduled hours. Please call your local clinic if you have any questions.


    Please click here if you need Telehealth visit instructions.

    Clearwater, FL
    (727) 216-6193

    Columbia, SC
    (803) 849-8430

    Daytona, FL
    (386) 274-7651

    Denville, NJ
    (973) 370-3130

    Fort Lauderdale, FL
    (754) 701-6920

    Fort Walton Beach, FL
    (850) 610-8820

    Jacksonville, FL
    (904) 508-0710

    Miami Gardens, FL
    (786) 800-5631

    New Port Richey, FL
    (727) 312-2040

    Norfolk, VA
    (757) 346-5770

    North Port, FL
    (941) 888-2144

    Orlando, FL
    (407) 246-1946

    Palmetto, FL
    (941) 417-2328

    Pensacola, FL
    (850) 988-5245

    Phoenix, AZ
    1(602) 661-0666

    Plantation, FL
    (754) 701-6911

    Sarasota, FL
    (941) 366-0134

    South Beach, FL
    (305) 514-0813

    St Petersburg, FL
    (727) 498-4969

    Ybor, FL
    (813) 769-7207

     


    If you are currently experiencing any respiratory, flu or cold symptoms (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, fever) and need to be evaluated by your provider, please call (844) 922-2777 to speak with a medical professional. For any urgent symptoms, call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.

    You may also Click here to see the latest CDC Coronavirus Information.

     

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