A virus attack is the worst of all possible scenarios for most homes.

But even if you’re not prepared for one, you can still protect yourself from a potential virus attack with this simple strategy. 

When you have a high risk of exposure, it can be tempting to stay in your house with a full tank of gas.

But that can’t last.

A high temperature can result in a buildup of the virus, which can then spread to the surrounding area.

You may also get a fever. 

What you need to know about the coronavirus:What to do if you get a cold: In most cases, it will be easy to catch a cold from the COVID-19 virus.

If you’re feeling a bit better, you may feel better if you stay home with a blanket, and wear a hat or coat.

But, if you have any symptoms of COVID, get checked for symptoms and get the rest of your gear to the nearest hospital.

It’s always best to get your healthcare team to get you airlifted to a nearby hospital.

If it’s a cold, you should be given a shot of antibiotics to prevent infection.

What to do in case of a COVID attack: You can stay in the house if you are at home, but keep the windows closed and doors locked.

Make sure that all doors, windows, and vents are closed, and if you leave your door open, the virus can spread to your home.

If the virus is already in your home, do not close the windows. 

If you’re out in public, don’t leave your house for a few days.

Stay home until your temperature drops to the lower teens, then come back.

It may be better to be out for a couple of days and take a look at your home before going back.

You can also check for symptoms of the coronovirus.

Symptoms include fever, chills, cough, sore throat, and a rash that develops at the edges of the eyes, lips, or mouth.

Symptoms may include mild to moderate flu-like symptoms, and may worsen over time.

If symptoms do not resolve within 24 hours, it may be time to seek medical care.

If they do resolve within one week, you are most likely infected with the coronivirus.

If you have respiratory symptoms, call 911.

Symptoms of the respiratory system can include coughing, sneezing, and wheezing.

Do not take any medications.

Take them only when you are in a hospital, or if your symptoms worsen or you become more critical.

Don’t eat or drink.

If a COID-19 infection is suspected, contact your doctor.

If your symptoms improve, contact an infectious disease specialist.

If possible, stay home for the night, and get tested for COVID.

The CDC recommends that everyone with a COI get tested at least once.

What you can do in the event of an outbreak:Stay home if you: Have a cold and get symptoms of a respiratory infection.

You have a fever of at least 102 degrees F or higher, and are experiencing shortness of breath.

If that’s the case, seek medical attention immediately.