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To help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), health experts recommend that we:
Coronavirus can spread when people breathe, talk, cough, or sneeze. Wearing a mask keeps the virus from reaching others. It also can stop the virus from reaching you. If everyone wears a mask when they’re out in public, fewer people will get sick.
Masks do not replace social distancing. Outside your home, stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with you.
People with coronavirus may not have symptoms, but they can still spread the virus. So even people without symptoms should wear a mask.
If you don’t have a washer or dryer, you can hand wash your mask in a bleach solution and let it air dry:
People are wearing masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Some toddlers and young children may feel uneasy about masks. Here’s how to reassure your child.
There’s still much to learn about COVID-19. Still, parents wonder what to do if their child gets sick during the pandemic. Here’s what doctors say to do if your child has coronavirus symptoms.
Washing your hands well and often is the best way to keep from getting sick. Here’s how to teach this all-important habit to your kids.
Looking for information about coronavirus (COVID-19)? Find articles and videos that explain what this virus is, how to prepare for it, how to talk to kids about it, and much more.
All over the world, people are staying home due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Social distancing is something we all can do to make a big difference. It’s not easy, but these tips can help.
Did you know that the most important thing you can do to keep from getting sick is to wash your hands? If you don’t wash your hands frequently, you can pick up germs from other sources and then infect yourself.
Here are the 4 best ways everyone (including kids) can help stop coronavirus.
You might think face masks are mostly for the operating room. But during the coronavirus outbreak, you might see more people wearing them. Here’s why.
Washing your hands is the best way to stop germs from spreading. Learn all about the best way to wash your hands in this article for kids.
Germs are the microscopic bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa that can cause disease.
Germs are tiny organisms that can cause disease – and they’re so small that they can creep into your system without you noticing. Find out how to protect yourself.
You know they can hurt you, but what are these invisible creatures? Find out in this article for kids.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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