As every state gradually lifts coronavirus restrictions, employers are scrambling to get enough protective equipment to create a safe work environment.
Going alone or only with the people in your quarantine bubble will minimize your risk.
Health officials urge everyone to wear a face covering at any indoor or outdoor public space where you may be within 6 feet of someone who doesn’t live with you
Making masks at home – what you need to know about how to reduce the transmission of coronavirus
A widespread effort by businesses, university labs and everyday Americans has formed to make personal protective gear for vulnerable health professionals.
Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking, Getting Gas, and Doctor Visits.
Mask use does not replace the need to follow these important precautions to prevent illness.
Can people without symptoms spread COVID-19? How long does it live on surfaces? What cleaning products kill the virus? Can ibuprofen make the infection worse?
Does ibuprofen increase your risk of severe disease? How far away should be from people? And more…
Joseph Eisenberg, University of Michigan One vomiting episode from someone infected with norovirus emits billions and billions of individual viruses. That’s enough to fuel an outbreak – and is exactly what happened in an elementary school in Seattle, Washington a…
Social distancing: What it is and why it’s the best tool we have to fight the coronavirus
Mixed messaging from all levels of government is putting Americans at risk. No matter what politicians say, stay home, even if you feel fine.
Nine practical things to do to prepare yourself for when COVID-19 comes to your community.
Starting today, events that take place in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties with more than 250 people are prohibited by the state.
Amelse knows hand-washing. She has an autoimmune disease that increases her risk of infection. She’s taken to heart the tried-and-true maxims of good hygiene.