Texts like “I am so tired” are no longer enough to tell you the story of a person.
In an epidemic of this magnitude, where the majority of people are at risk, it’s important that we understand the motivations behind those words.
If we don’t, we can’t be sure we’re hearing the full story.
In a series of studies, we’ve been tracking people’s language use in Australia for more than five years, and found that words like “feel” and “feel bad” have the most impact on people’s emotions.
This research is being used to create a new tool for healthcare providers.
News.au spoke to a number of healthcare professionals to learn more about the impact that our new language tool can have.
What is a coronovirus pandemics?
A coronaviruses pandemic is a global pandemic, affecting more than 500 countries.
This means that there’s more than 50 million cases worldwide.
If you’ve never heard of a coronvirus, it means that someone in the world has died from one of the deadly viruses.
The disease has killed more than 5,000 people worldwide, and is currently spreading throughout Australia.
The symptoms of coronaviral illness include fever, cough, sore throat, and fatigue.
A coronivirus outbreak can be caused by any of several viruses, including coronavacide (CXC), which causes the common cold.
The first person to be diagnosed with the virus will die within two weeks of the onset of symptoms.
After that, more people are diagnosed and the virus spreads through contact with the bodily fluids of others.
A second person can also contract the virus, but their immune system is more advanced and they may have a higher chance of surviving.
What happens if you’re not diagnosed with a coroniviruses outbreak?
If you’re diagnosed, you’re likely to experience symptoms like fever, soreness, cough and a mild rash.
You can still be contagious for up to two weeks after being diagnosed, but you’ll have a much higher chance at survival if you recover.
After the virus is contained, it can take up to six weeks for the symptoms to disappear.
If a person does not recover, they will need to be monitored for at least six months.
In the long term, they may need to go to hospital and receive more medical treatment, as the virus can take a long time to kill off.
What are the consequences of a lack of communication?
If people don’t communicate well about their symptoms, or if they don’t tell their health professionals, they can cause more harm to themselves and others.
If the disease does not respond to a medication, for example, a person can develop a more severe illness, such as pneumonia.
In extreme cases, this can lead to death.
What if I don’t know what to say?
If someone is having difficulty communicating, or they’re unsure what to do, it could be important for them to talk to their GP or nurse about their health, and ask for advice.
There’s also the option of using the coronavivirus app on smartphones, tablets and computers.
The app is designed to help you learn about the symptoms and treatment options for the virus.
In some countries, you can also text the health department or health provider to ask questions.
If people can’t communicate or can’t provide the information they need, healthcare professionals can be contacted to help.
In these situations, healthcare workers can then refer a patient to another healthcare provider.
What can I do if I have questions?
If a healthcare professional is not available to assist you, your best option is to call your health provider or call the coroniviral service on 1800 224-3111.
This is an emergency number, and the person is there to assist.
This includes a health professional who will contact you about the coronoviruses, if needed.
How do I call the service?
The emergency number is 1800 224 3111.
If someone needs medical assistance, they’ll be referred to a healthcare worker.
You may need the following: a doctor or registered nurse to examine you, and/or a nurse to provide a medical check-up.
If this person is not an emergency doctor or nurse, they must be a registered nurse.