Medicare beneficiaries are receiving robocalls about “special virus kits.” The scammer asks for your Medicare number so they can send them a “free” test.
Act fast and think big. It’s everybody’s disease. Investing in research and public health pays off.
The Puget Sound economy is experiencing an economic shock from which it will take many months and beyond to recover.
With COVID-19, the Chinese internet and social media offer a cornucopia of examples of how communities have been brought together by heart, humor and creativity.
Shopping when you’re already stocked up puts you at risk of getting sick or infecting others, including workers who have no choice but to be there.
Already, many universities have canceled classes or moved them online, and many have made contingency plans for complete closure.
A significant portion of seniors are vulnerable. Outside of nursing homes, 15% of America’s 65-and-older population (more than 7 million seniors) is frail.
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As community transmission becomes more widespread, Public Health is learning of positive cases across businesses and organizations in King County.
Families can contain the spread of the coronavirus by keeping children home, But how to keep everyone happy, healthy and engaged?
The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to take fresh and dramatic turns, causing havoc in dozens of countries around the world.
The virus was detectable in aerosols for up to 3 hours, up to 4 on copper, up to 24 on cardboard and up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel.
Rural areas face numerous challenges as they encounter a coronavirus: fewer hospitals, longer distances to care and a higher proportion of vulnerable people