About pneumonia associated with new coronavirus （Kashiwa City）
About Kashiwa City Consultation Center
Since the number of people who have a fever is expected to increase due to the epidemic of seasonal influenza, Kashiwa City has opened the "Kashiwa City Consultation Center".
If you have any problems such as fever or symptoms related to the new coronavirus, such as not having a family doctor, please contact us.
- Phone number 04-7167-6777
- Reception hours 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays
Guideline for consultation
If you have symptoms and do not have a family doctor, etc.
Symptoms that can be used as a guide for consultation
- Although it is a mild cold symptom such as fever and cough, it is considered that it is likely to become severe due to underlying illness, etc., and I am worried.
(Supplement) If you have a family doctor, it is important to consult with your family doctor.
- There are strong symptoms such as suffocation (dyspnea), strong fatigue (malaise), and high fever.
Frequently Asked Questions and Responses
Here are some frequently asked questions and answers on the "Frequently Asked Questions about Coronavirus Infections"（外部サイトへリンク） page. Please see for reference.
What you would like us to know at the time of consultation
- Address and age of the person to be consulted or have symptoms, affiliation of school, workplace, etc.
- Main symptoms, when did you have symptoms
- Presence or absence of a family doctor
What to do if you have symptoms and have a family doctor
What should I do on weekday nights and weekends and holidays?
Please use the contact information below.
- Phone number 03-6747-8414
- Correspondence time 24 hours (including Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
- Correspondence contents
Introduction of medical institutions that can be consulted when fever occurs, consultation on new coronavirus infection, prevention of infection, response when worried symptoms appear, etc.
Please cough etiquette and wash your hands
As with measures against colds and seasonal flu, it is very important to carry out cough etiquette and hand washing for each person.
If you have a cold, please refrain from going out, and if you have to go out, please wear a mask.
Avoid the Three Cs
The common points of outbreaks are, in particular, "poor ventilation", "a space where people gather together and spend time", and "a place where an unspecified number of people are likely to come into contact".
Avoid gathering in groups in a space that is poorly ventilated and crowded with people.
Please make sure that there are five situations in your life that increase the risk of infection.
- Round-table conference with eating and drinking
- Eating and drinking for a large number of people or for a long time
- Conversation without a mask
- Communal living in a small space
- Switching whereabouts
Reference (external link)