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Control of infection Wash your hands

Face masks: Here are the best and worst materials for protecting against...- Control of infection Wash your hands ,Stay home as much as possible, wash your hands often, wear a mask when you're out and don't touch your face." No matter what kind of mask you're using, it's important that it has a good...Three scientists give their best advice on how to protect yourself from COVID-19Some pieces of advice are intuitively obvious: wear a mask, wash your hands, avoid crowds, keep your distance from others, outdoors is safer than indoors. But what about that "6 foot" rule...



Coronavirus airborne spread: WHO calls for more evidence on COVID-19...

The virus may accumulate in poorly ventilated spaces, increasing the risk of infection.  You should continue to maintain social distancing measures. When you're out, put on a mask . Wash...

7 harmful face mask myths about COVID-19 you don't want to fall for or spread

Along with mask use, you should continue to practice physical distancing, wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your face. 

Should you send your kids back to school? A physician's guide

Consider COVID-19's local impact and your state's response In-person learning is probably a deal breaker in states that do not have COVID-19 under control.

Schools reopening: Can we really keep teachers and kids safe?

For the most part, general public health guidelines apply to schools, too:  Wear masks indoors at all times (and outside when in groups or lines) Sneeze, cough and yawn into your elbow ...

10 activities that expose you to coronavirus, ranked from most to least risky

Due to the lack of control you have in any environment outside your own home, the exact risk level is largely dependent on individual circumstances, like if your community has high...