Once the parasites are inside your body, they travel to the liver, where they mature. After several days, the mature parasites enter the bloodstream and begin to infect red blood cells.
As the COVID pandemic progresses, we at EMPWellness would like to offer support to our customers and friends.
The COVID crisis is a continuous obstacle in Iran. Many of our company practices have been altered or even halted as a consequence of the pandemic. Due to the limited nature of today’s environment, some of our product features are not operational. Please excuse any delays and know that we are tirelessly working in the background to provide you with excellent service – especially through these tumultuous times. Please note that due to the exceeding demands that this pandemic has presented, our healthcare professionals will complete your care guides in priority sequence. Our Nurse Practitioners and Care Coaches are with you every step of the way.
In order to prevent additional spread of COVID-19, we at EMPWellness remind our partners to apply best practices at their office(s). Please abide by social distancing guidelines and keep group sizes to the standards set by your municipality. We advise wearing appropriate PPE and monitoring vitals, such as body temperature, on a daily basis.
For the continued safety and well-being of our customers and teammates, EMPWellness will be operating digitally throughout the COVID pandemic. We would like to thank you for your understanding and constant support.
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