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May 21, 2021 | Health, Life, SES

COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR ZAMBIA

SES COVID-19-related questions and answers for our Zambian members.

WHAT IS A NOVEL CORONAVIRUS?

A novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified. The virus causing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), is not the same as the coronaviruses that commonly circulate among humans and cause mild illness, like the common cold.

 

Why is the disease being called coronavirus. disease 2019, COVID-19?

On February 11, 2020 the World Health Organization announced an official name for the disease that is causing the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak, first identified in Wuhan China. The new name of this disease is coronavirus disease 2019, abbreviated as COVID-19. In COVID-19, ‘CO’ stands for ‘corona,’ ‘VI’ for ‘virus,’ and ‘D’ for disease. Formerly, this disease was referred to as “2019 novel coronavirus” or “2019-nCoV”.

There are many types of human coronaviruses including some that commonly cause mild upper-respiratory tract illnesses. COVID-19 is a new disease, caused by a novel (or new) coronavirus that has not previously been seen in humans.

 

How does the virus spread?

  • The virus that causes COVID-19 most commonly spreads between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet, or 2 arm’s lengths).
  • It spreads through respiratory droplets or small particles, such as those in aerosols, produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, sings, talks, or breathes.
  • These particles can be inhaled into the nose, mouth, airways, and lungs and cause infection. This is thought to be the main way the virus spreads.
  • Droplets can also land on surfaces and objects and be transferred by touch. A person may get COVID-19 by touching the surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or eyes. Spread from touching surfaces is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads.
  • It is possible that COVID-19 may spread through the droplets and airborne particles that are formed when a person who has COVID-19 coughs, sneezes, sings, talks, or breathes. There is growing evidence that droplets and airborne particles can remain suspended in the air and be breathed in by others, and travel distances beyond 6 feet (for example, during choir practice, in restaurants, or in fitness classes). In general, indoor environments without good ventilation increase this risk.
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    • COVID-19 is spreading easily and sustainably in the community (“community spread”) in many affected geographic areas. Community spread means people have been infected with the virus in an area, including some who are not sure how or where they became infected.

     

     

    WHERE CAN I GET A COVID-19 TEST?

    The MOH is currently performing tests free of charge. Both PCR tests and approved Antigen tests are available at many district clinics as well as UTH, Levy Mwanawasa Hospital and Maina Soko Hospital.

    In Lusaka, Medlands Hospital, CIDRZ Laboratory, Lancet Laboratory, Victoria Hospital and Coptic Hospital are also performing COVID-19 PCR tests (please note that these facilities are charging fees for testing).

    In the Copperbelt, Arthur Davidson Hospital, the Tropical Disease Research Unit at Ndola General Hospital and Lancet Laboratories are able to do PCR testing.

    Please note that reagent availability and turnaround time varies considerably at all of the MOH and private facilities on a week-to-week basis.

     

    WILL SES PAY FOR MY COVID-19 TEST?

    This is a question with different answers, depending on the circumstances and the reasons why you may need a COVID-19 test.

     

    These are the circumstances in which SES will pay for a test:

    • Symptomatic for COVID-19. If you, our member, or any of your dependents, are showing COVID-19 symptoms, your test will be covered by SES if requested by a registered doctor.
    • In-patient procedure. If you, our member, or any of your dependents, have been admitted to a medical facility and require a COVID-19 test prior to a medical procedure, your test will be covered by SES.

     

    These are the circumstances in which SES will not pay for a test:

    • SES will not pay for a COVID-19 test for travelling/visa purposes.
    • Contact tracing. SES will not pay for a COVID-19 test if done as a precautionary measure where the member has been in contact with someone who has tested positive and is not symptomatic.
    • Elective/out-patient procedure appointment. SES will not pay for a COVID-19 test if it is required by a medical facility prior to an elective or out-patient procedure or appointment. If a member chooses to go to a facility requiring a COVID-19 testing prior to an elective or out-patient procedure or appointment, the cost of the test will be the responsibility of the member and will not be reimbursed by SES.

    IS THERE A LIMIT TO THE NUMBER OF COVID-19 TESTS SES WILL COVER?

    Yes there is. The annual benefit limits are as follows:

    Amber, Chrome, Gold+, and Platinum+

    $300.00

    Sapphire and MedGold

    $150.00

    Amethyst +

    $75.00

    Amethyst & Tanzanite + 

    $50.00

     

    IF YOU THINK YOU NEED A TEST, PLEASE USE THIS ONLINE TOOL TO ASSESS YOUR SYMPTOMS AND RISK PROFILE

    www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/coronavirus-self-checker.html

    If you are an SES member, contact our dedicated SES COVID-19 Hotline and a medic will advise you on what next steps to take. If it’s an emergency, call the SES Call Centre at 737 /  +260 96 274 0300 / +260 96 941 6388, or if it’s not urgent, please send a WhatsApp to +260 76 203 1802 with your name and membership number and we will call you back.

     

    WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TYPES OF TESTS AVAILABLE?

    There are three types of COVID-19 Tests available in Zambia.

    PCR tests (also called molecular tests): These tests are nose or throat swabs. They isolate the virus from your respiratory tract. These are the gold standard in COVID-19 testing. However, there is a chance of a false negative (2 – 29%). Rates of false positives are extremely low. These are expensive tests that require highly trained lab techs and sophisticated lab equipment. Advantages: The most accurate test available. Disadvantages: Reagent supply shortages and overwhelmed labs can lead to long turnaround times.

    The Antigen test (Rapid Diagnostic Test: This test is less accurate than the PCR. It also uses a nose or throat swab, but is run on a test kit similar to a malaria or pregnancy test, so results are available quickly. It is a useful mass screening tool and for diagnosis when PCR is unavailable, or results will be delayed. Remember as for PCR there is a chance of a false negative result. Advantages: Cheaper and quicker, Disadvantages; Less accurate which can lead to a false sense of security and further transmission of COVID within the community.

    The Antibody test (IgG and IgM): This test is looking for your anti-bodies (immune reaction) to the virus. It uses a drop of blood like a rapid malaria test. This test is not helpful in diagnosis but may give you an idea if you have already been exposed to COVID. Results are not always accurate, and a positive test result does not mean you are immune. This is approved for research purposes only.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/testing-overview.html 

     

    CAN SOMEONE TEST NEGATIVE AND THEN POSITIVE ON A VIRAL TEST FOR COVID-19?

    Yes, it is possible. You may test negative if the sample was collected early in your infection and test positive later during this illness. You could also be exposed to COVID-19 after the test and get infected then. Even if you test negative, you still should take steps to protect yourself and others. See Testing for Current Infection for more information.

    Remember there are high rates of false negative tests even with PCR testing. This is the reason why we advise that you continue to isolate if you have any symptoms even if you have a negative test result.

     

    I AM NOT FEELING WELL. SHOULD I SELF-ISOLATE? WHICH SYMPTOMS WARRANT SELF-ISOLATION?

    People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

    • Fever or chills
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Fatigue
    • Muscle or body aches
    • Headache
    • New loss of taste or smell
    • Sore throat
    • Congestion or runny nose
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Diarrhea

     

    If you are in doubt, please self-isolate. You may be positive for COVID-19 and displaying mild symptoms. By staying at home and self-isolating, you are aiding your recovery and reducing the risk of potentially spreading the infection to others, thus protecting the vulnerable citizens in our society. If you have to go out for essential medical appointments, please use a mask, practice social distancing and wash your hands regularly with water and soap for at least 20 seconds.

    If you are an SES member, contact our dedicated SES COVID-19 Hotline and a medic will advise you on what next steps to take. If it’s an emergency, call the SES Call Centre at 737 /  +260 96 274 0300 / +260 96 941 6388, or if it’s not urgent, please send a WhatsApp to +260 76 203 1802 with your name and membership number and we will call you back.

     

    WHAT DOES SELF-ISOLATION MEAN?

    Self-isolation is when you and your whole household stay at home and limit contact with others. If you have staff that live offsite and travel in to work, they will not be allowed to enter the home while the family isolates. This is advised in order to protect your staff, their families and their communities. You can, of course, continue to work and study at home if you are well enough to do so.

     

    I HAVE BEEN SELF-ISOLATING AT HOME. WHEN IS IT FINE TO STOP SELF-ISOLATING?

    If you have been unwell, you should stay at home and self-isolate until you are well. By well, that means that at least 10 days should have passed from when your symptoms started and at least 24 hours should have passed with no fever (without the use of fever-reducing medications) and other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving.

    If you are self-isolating due to having had contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case, you need to stay at home for at least 14 days from the last contact you had some a confirmed COVID-19 case.

    If you are self-isolating due to travelling, please follow the relevant country guidelines for your destination.

     

    I HAVE BEEN SELF-ISOLATING AT HOME. WHEN IS IT FINE TO STOP SELF-ISOLATING?

    If you have been unwell, you should stay at home and self-isolate until you are well. By well, that means that at least 10 days should have passed from when your symptoms started and at least 24 hours should have passed with no fever (without the use of fever-reducing medications) and other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving.

    If you are self-isolating due to having had contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case, you need to stay at home for at least 14 days from the last contact you had some a confirmed COVID-19 case.

    If you are self-isolating due to travelling, please follow the relevant country guidelines for your destination. Although Zambia is currently not enforcing self-isolation, for anyone entering Zambia we encourage a 14-day self-quarantine in the interests of protecting others in line with international guidelines.

    No re-testing is required at the end of self-isolation.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/end-home-isolation.html

     

    WHAT HAPPENS IF I AM DIAGNOSED WITH COVID-19?

    • If a patient tests positive for COVID-19, and they require medical treatment and/or support, they will be taken to and treated at a MOH-designated isolation facility. At this time, a few private facilities in both Lusaka and the Copperbelt have been designated as COVID-19 treatment facilities.
    • If a person is admitted at an isolation center, SES insurance will cover all of the costs associated with treatment in line with the member’s level of cover.
    • If a patient tests positive for COVID-19 and does not require medical treatment and/or support, they can stay home and self-isolate. If the patient is a member, we will do remote check-ins, advise on the appropriate treatment of their symptoms and prescribe medication if necessary.

     

    HOW TO I MANAGE MILD COVID AT HOME?

    This downloadable guide can assist you in keeping track of your symptoms. It also gives advice on when further tests and/or treatment may be needed:

    https://www.racgp.org.au/FSDEDEV/media/documents/Clinical%20Resources/Guidelines/Managing-mild-COVID-19-at-home-with-assistance-from-your-GP.pdf

     

    HOW DO I KNOW IF MY SYMPTOMS ARE SEVERE?

    If you are displaying any of the emergency warning signs for COVID-19 (below), please get medical attention immediately. You or your family can call SES on 737.

     

    Emergency warning signs include:

     

    • Trouble breathing
    • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
    • New confusion
    • Inability to wake or stay awake
    • Bluish lips or face

    If you’re displaying mild cold symptoms (such as a runny nose, sore throat, a mild cough, and no fever), please send a WhatsApp to our dedicated SES COVID-19 Hotline with your name and membership number and we will call you back.

     

    I HAVE HEARD THAT IVERMECTIN IS EFFECTIVE IN PREVENTING AND TREATING COVID-19

    There is currently insufficient evidence for or against the use of Ivermectin in the treatment and or prevention of COVID-19. At SES we keep up to date with the international evidence and treatment guidelines. The Zambian MOH guidelines follow the CDC and NIH guidelines.

    https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/statement-on-ivermectin/

    Ivermectin is currently only recommended as part of an approved research trial. We do not recommend that members self-treat with Ivermectin until further evidence of safety and efficacy is available.

     

    WHO IS AT HIGHER RISK OF SEVERE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS AND WHAT SHOULD THEY DO TO LIMIT THIS RISK?

    Elderly patients, as well as those with uncontrolled underlying health problems such as COPD, Severe Asthma, Diabetes, Hypertension, HIV or other causes of immune suppression are at risk of more severe symptoms.

    We strongly encourage anyone in this category to practice self-isolation with their entire household.

     

    Please WhatsApp our dedicated COVID-19 Hotline +260 76 203 1802 if we have not contacted you yet. We will contact you to establish the following:

    • Whether you have enough supply of your chronic medication. If you do not, we will work to access the medication you require.
    • Whether your condition is optimally controlled. If it is not, we encourage a face-to-face clinic appointment to optimize your management.

    I HAVE BEEN IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH SOMEONE WITH COVID-19, WHAT MUST I DO?

    You need to self-isolate at home for 14 days. Please see the self-isolation section for further information. Please also call 909 to inform the ZNPHI as they are carrying out contact tracing.

     

    CAN SOMEONE GET COVID-19 MORE THAN ONCE?

    Yes, current literature supports the fact that it is unlikely that you will get is within three months of a previous infection, but there is a small chance that your immunity will decrease after the three months putting you at risk again.

     

    DO I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK? (WHEN OUT IN PUBLIC AND/OR WHEN ENTERING A SES CLINIC?)

    The Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Zambia National Public Health Institute (ZNPHI) recommend that everyone aged 2 years and older wear a cloth face mask or covering in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.

    COVID-19 can be spread by people who do not have symptoms and who do not know that they are infected. That’s why it’s important for everyone to wear cloth face coverings in public settings and to practice social distancing (this means standing at least 2 meters away from other people, especially in enclosed spaces).

     

    PLEASE NOTE THAT NO ONE (STAFF, PATIENT, OR VISITORS) WILL BE PERMITTED TO ENTER ANY SES PREMISES UNLESS THEY ARE WEARING A MASK.

    For more information on when and why it’s advisable to wear a face mask or covering, please consult this link from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover-guidance.html.

    CAN SES PROVIDE MEMBERS WITH MASKS?

    Unfortunately not. We need to keep our masks to protect our clinic staff and for sick patients entering the clinic.

     

    WILL SES BE ABLE TO EVACUATE ME IF I GET COVID-19?

    If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 and require a domestic evacuation, we endeavor to get permission from the MOH and ZNPHI for the transfer.

    Please note that, as per all previous epidemics and the new SI’s in place, all suspected COVID-19 cases are required by law to be managed by MOH and ZNPHI.

    Should a member of ours require international evacuation, we will try our utmost to get clearance from the relevant authorities in both Zambia and South Africa. The ultimate decision will lie with these government bodies.

     

    WILL SES BE ABLE TO EVACUATE ME FOR A CONDITION NOT RELATED TO COVID-19?

    At this time, domestic medivacs will continue.

    Patients will be brought to Lusaka for treatment. Should a member of ours require international evacuation we will try our utmost to get clearance from the relevant authorities in both Zambia and South Africa, but the ultimate decision will lie with these government bodies.

     

    WHAT IS SES DOING TO HELP MEMBERS DURING THIS PANDEMIC?

    • We’re keeping our members up to date with information as we receive it via frequent newsletters and social media posts.
    • We’re offering our members direct access to telephonic advice from our experienced medics. For this we’ve set up an SES dedicated COVID-19 Hotline: +260 76 203 1802. Members can call or WhatsApp this number for non-urgent queries. For emergencies, please contact the Call Centre: 737/ +260 96 274 0300/+260 96 941 6388.
    • We’re offering Chronic Disease Management for all members who are at a higher risk of serious symptoms. We’re doing everything within our power to ensure that all members on chronic medication have adequate supplies.
    • Our SES Clinics and ambulance services are still open and available to service our members for suspected COVID-19 cases (via separate entrances, waiting areas and consulting rooms), as well as other illnesses and injuries.
    • We’re offering telephonic consults at the clinics to limit face-to-face contact
    • Gold members will have access to free consultations at our SES Clinics during the pandemic.
    • Gold and Silver changes to benefits during this pandemic (please see the related section below).
    • Should a member contract COVID-19 and require transfer or admission, our SES medics will liaise with District Health Doctors to optimize their care.
    • Should a member contract COVID-19 and be well enough to stay at home, SES will do remote check-ins, advise on appropriate treatment of symptoms and prescribe medication if necessary.

     

    I NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR OR NURSE FOR AN ISSUE UNRELATED TO COVID, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

    • Please call your chosen facility first.
    • At SES Clinics we are using a telephonic triage system to determine the best way forward depending on your current needs and your underlying health risks.
    • We are conducting as many appointments as possible over the phone to protect our members and patients.
    • If your request is non-urgent but must be done face to face (for example routine Wellness check-ups) we may recommend that you wait until the worst COVID peak is over.

     

    WILL I BE COVERED ON MY GOLD OR SILVER COVER IN ZAMBIA DURING THIS PANDEMIC?

    SES will be extending in-country benefits to Gold and Silver members, who will be fully covered in Zambia for acute life and limb-threatening conditions that are unrelated to the Coronavirus if we are unable to evacuate the member during the COVID-19 outbreak due to closure of borders and international airspace. This means that SES will cover emergency response, emergency hospitalization and treatment until the member has been discharged.

    Elective appointments and admissions for Gold and Silver clients at facilities other than SES will not be covered in Zambia as per our T&Cs.

    Gold members can be attended to at the SES Clinics in Lusaka and Kitwe, free of charge for consultations. Medications and specialist treatment will need to be paid by the member on a fee-for-service basis.

    Official notice will be sent out to all Gold and Silver members to inform members when the restrictions on international evacuations have been lifted and when SES can return to business-as-usual.

     

    WHAT SHOULD I STOCK IN MY HOME FIRST AID BOX WITH AND WILL THIS BE COVERED BY SES?

    Medications to have at home:

    • Paracetamol tablets
    • Calpol Syrup for Children
    • Regular cold and flu medications (e.g. Coldrid)
    • ACC 200 or other mucolytic (breaks up thick sputum)
    • Any chronic medications (ensure you have an adequate supply)

    Our SES 2021 Table of Benefits (page 5) does allow for an over-the-counter medication allowance. Claims can be submitted to payandclaim@ses-unisure.com.

     

    HOW SHOULD I CLEAN/DISINFECT AT HOME?

    It’s advisable to use a bleach/Jik solution for ‘high touch areas’ and wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

    Please browse the following CDC article for further information: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cleaning-disinfection.html.

     

    WHEN WILL THIS CURRENT WAVE END?

    We anticipate this spike to start to taper off in late March 2021, with a possible 2nd spike in July/August 2021

     

    HOW CAN I HELP TO END THIS WAVE?

    • We urge all of our members and patients to exercise self-responsibility. The level of panic and reduction in social gatherings we saw in March 2020 is what we need to see again now.
    • Please stay at home as much as you can. Work from home if possible.
    • Avoid social and religious gatherings including weddings and funerals.
    • Mask up when in public. Assume that anyone you meet may be an asymptomatic carrier or pre-symptomatic for COVID.
    • Educate your friends, family and staff.

     

    CAN SES PROVIDE ME WITH A COVID-19 VACCINATION?

    As we are a private facility, we have not been given access to the vaccine and cannot determine if or when this might happen. The Ministry of Health is rolling out the vaccine to government facilities. In addition to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) and Levy Mwanawasa Hospital, a number of facilities throughout the country are providing vaccinations free of charge to all who wish to be vaccinated.

    This situation is constantly changing, so when we have more information, we will advise you, our members.

     

    I HAVE BEEN TRAVELLING, DO I NEED TO SELF-QUARANTINE WHEN ENTERING ZAMBIA?

    The Ministry of Health in Zambia has released new entry requirements and quarantine guidelines which will go into effect as of 24 May 2021.

     

    1. Point of Entry Screening:

    Port Health Officers will:

    • Conduct general observation of passengers to detect those with signs of illness.
    • Collect and review health declaration forms, noting country of origin.
    • Review the SARS-CoV-2 negative certificates being presented by travellers to determine authenticity and validity.

    All passengers will undergo thermo-scanning and their body temperature will be indicated on health declaration forms.

     

    2. SARS-CoV-2 test requirements at Point of Entry:

    • All travellers entering Zambia must produce evidence of a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)-based SARS-CoV-2 negative test conducted within 72 hours prior to departure from their country of origin.
    • All travellers from countries that are deemed to be high risk by the Ministry of Health and the Zambia National Public Health Institute (ZNPHI) will be subjected to SARS-CoV-2 testing at the Points of Entry, even if they have a negative PCR test certificate. Specimens will be collected on arrival or within 48 hours of entry into the country.
    • Testing at the points of entry will be conducted at the traveller’s cost.
    • Travellers presenting at the point of entry with symptoms and signs suggestive of COVID-19 shall be re-tested and quarantined in designated facilities until results are available to inform decision making.
    • All positive COVID-19 tests identified from specimens collected at points of entry or collected from persons within 48 hours of arrival in Zambia will be subjected to genomic sequencing.

    3. Quarantine:

    • Mandatory self-quarantine will be instituted for all travellers arriving from high risk countries, irrespective of negative SARS-CoV-2 PCR test results. The list of high risk countries will be updated from time to time, depending on the global evolution of the pandemic.
    • All travellers from high risk countries will be required to undergo mandatory self-quarantine for fourteen days at home, subject to certification. Where the home environment is deemed unsuitable, self-quarantine will take place in a designated institution at the traveller’s cost. All persons under self-quarantine are expected to be compliant and will be monitored on a daily basis by healthcare workers, physically or remotely.
    • The revised guidelines will be shared widely, both locally and abroad, and will be implemented in the multi-sectoral manner.
    • All points of entry, including international airports and ground crossing, will adhere to these guidelines.

     

    4. Vaccination:

    • Although COVID-19 vaccination is not a pre-requisite for entry into the country, all travellers entering the country will be asked for their COVID-19 vaccination status.
    • Travellers who can show complete documentation of having undergone full vaccination, with the recommended number of doses for each specific vaccine, will be exempted from quarantine if they have evidence of a negative SARS-CoV-2 certificate. They will continue to observe wearing a mask, practise social distancing and good hand hygiene, avoid crowded places, and promptly seek medical attention if feeling ill.

    These guidelines are in line with the Statutory Instruments No 21, 22 and 62 of 2020 of Public Health Act, Cap 295 of the Laws of Zambia which provide a legal framework for the control and prevention of COVID19, including the quarantine of infected persons.

    Travellers from the following countries will be re-swabbed for SARS-CoV-2 on arrival at Zambian Points of Entry and will undergo a 14-day quarantine:

    • India
    • Iran
    • Turkey
    • France
    • Germany
    • Russia
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • South Africa
    • Egypt
    • Tunisia
    • Ethiopia
    • Kenya
    • Italy
    • Tanzania

    This list will be reviewed and updated regularly.

     

    TIPS FOR STAYING INFORMED AND COPING WITH THE STRESS OF THE PANDEMIC

    • Avoid social media account disseminating false news and scare mongering.
    • Do not disseminate false news yourself. Follow government bodies and health authorities for accurate, up-to-date information.
    • Embrace the positives of quality time at home with family and connecting virtually with friends and family.
    • Develop healthy routines at home, following an adequate exercise regime and eating a healthy, balanced diet with as much fresh fruit and vegetables as possible.
    • Avoid excessive alcohol consumption and if you smoke try to decrease or stop totally.

    Browse these World Health Organization and CDC resources for more information:

     

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