Is your collection of cloth masks enough to protect you from the more infectious omicron variant? Learn why you should upgrade your face mask.
What is ”flurona“ and is it another thing to worry about during the pandemic? A microbiologist talks co-infection.
Taking an at-home COVID-19 test can be anxiety-inducing. However, for the best and most accurate results, be sure to follow the instructions carefully and exactly as written — and don’t be afraid to ask for help!
A physician offers guidance for keeping your sick family member as comfortable as possible, while limiting the chance of spreading the coronavirus in your household.
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Even though they’re vaccinated, a group known as the “vaccinated vulnerable” are still at risk of getting COVID-19. Learn about the underlying conditions that make some people more vulnerable, and why getting the COVID-19 vaccine is still the best defense.
Despite what you’ve heard, it’s possible to get infected with COVID-19 more than once. Find out why from an infectious disease specialist.
Have you or a loved one been exposed to COVID-19 and you’re not sure what to do next? Learn the difference between — and how to do — isolation and quarantine as next steps.
Simply put, the pandemic isn’t over. With cases of COVID-19 on the rise in the U.S., it remains just as important as ever to get vaccinated, wear a mask and practice social distancing.
Another new round of at-home tests can make testing for COVID-19 even easier as long as you keep a few things in mind.
An infectious disease expert explains what you need to know about breakthrough COVID-19 cases, including delta and omicron, and how to protect yourself.