ICRC Non-communicable diseases – Chronic diseases and COVID-19

Patients with chronic conditions are at higher risk of a severe COVID 19 infection. Therefore, within our health programmes, where we support patients with chronic conditions, strong prevention and supportive measures need to be implemented to reduce risk of infection and to avoid their decompensation due to lack of access to chronic medication. This document addresses preparedness, preventive and supportive measures.

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