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B.C. General Health, a private healthcare provider, is advising the public about a potentially deadly virus.article BCG is advising that if you are concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, contact your healthcare provider right away, and that the virus can be spread from person to person.

“It can be transmitted from person-to-person, from place to place, and even by touching someone else who’s close to you,” said B.G.H.A. director of communications and public affairs Chris O’Neill in an email.

“That means you should get your personal protective equipment on, and get out of there as soon as possible.”

The BCG consulting firm has been providing health professionals with tips and tools to help protect themselves against coronaviruses.

The firm has also advised healthcare professionals to avoid sharing their personal information with people, including patients, as the virus is not contagious.BCG says people can report suspicious activity to its hotline at 1-800-835-4747.

The BCGS hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.