Add to that a plan for isolation of the sick person and protection of yourself and other people in the household. If possible, put the person in a room with a door that will close and a window that will open for ventilation. Keep the number of people who have contact with the patient to a minimum. Wear masks and gloves when tending to the patient, discard those immediately after contact, and be careful dealing with emptying waste baskets or handling other materials which might be damp from sputum. With gloved hands, put used bed linen and towels in a trash bag and dump them directly into the wash machine without handling, (I picked up a nasty case of norovirus from my sick 1 year old great nephew by carrying his damp used towels to the laundry area hugged to my chest after he became soiled from diarrhea and needed to be bathed. I learned my lesson from that one.) And keep easy to eat food, drinks, and disposible hygiene products, like premoistened bath cloths or wipes, by the bed so the person can take care of some of their own needs.