Of course, the patient can only be known that he is infected with the disease after diagnosis at health facilities. As there is no specific treatment for this disease so far, but in general, dealing with it ought to be in the same manner as any other infectious respiratory diseases such as flu. The patient, therefore, must abide by the following guidelines:
1- Take antipyretic and painkillers medications when necessary.
2- Drink a lot of fluids and take enough rest and keep on eating healthy food.
3- Follow the guidelines meant to reduce transmission of the virus, mainly:
- Use handkerchiefs when sneezing and coughing and get rid of phlegm in a safe manner (in the trash) and make sure to wash your hands.
- Wash your hands regularly, and don’t share others in their personal belongings such as towels, cups, spoons, etc.
4- Call your doctor or 937 immediately if your symptoms gets worse.
5- Elderly patients, health practitioners, people in contact with camels and people of chronic diseases or diseases affecting the immune system, have to review the health facility when feeling symptoms of the disease.