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i have a sore throat, my chest feels slightly heavy. when i cough i am bringing dark yellowish phlegm. i have no fever, no headache, no sinus issues. risk assessment suggests a covid test or second opinion ?

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Dr. Aylwin david Nathaniel
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?covid: I would suggest doing a video,voice or text virtual online consultation by downloading the Discovery DrConnect app via the Google Play store, Apple App store or Discovery website. We can assess you and refer you for testing. Kind Regards Dr Aylwin David Nathaniel
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
In South Africa a medical provider will determine need for COVID 19 testing. Consult your local primary care provider or you can use telemedicine for individual consultations.

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