“Everyone goes along with the idea that we’re all in the same boat together. But, really, it’s like we’re all on the Titanic and it’s sinking.”
Wear it, says a UW sports medicine doctor who runs. “Out in the community, any type of face covering is going to do fine,” he says.
People with symptoms of COVID-19 or who have had close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 should make testing their first priority.
As COVID-19 spreads, a growing number of rural communities find themselves without their hospital or on the brink of losing already cash-strapped facilities.
Many say rapid result tests could help fix the nation’s COVID-19 testing shortage — a problem that has hobbled public health efforts to control the virus.
A new study shows young people who reported ever having used e-cigarettes were five times more likely to test positive for COVID-19 than non-users.
Higher education has had no clear guidance or set of standards to adhere to from the federal government or anywhere else.
“We’re telling our community if you lose your sense of smell, you should self-isolate and immediately get tested.”
The goal is to help up to 10,000 households experiencing COVID-related economic challenges remain in their homes.
All parts of the plant are poisonous. If eaten, it causes cardiac arrhythmias, or irregular heart rates, and can be lethal to both humans and animals.
Grifters are taking advantage of a genuine public health intervention that’s crucial to stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus: contact tracing.
Government officials predicted that a pandemic would threaten critical businesses and warned them to prepare. Meatpacking companies largely ignored them.
Firefighting is an inherently dangerous job that now carries the additional risk of COVID-19 transmission.
It seems people get less sick if they wear a mask.
In the absence of federal action, some states are creating safety rules to protect workers from COVID-19.