Coronavirus Special Features

How to Know if Your Supermarket Is Full Before You Go

If you need to venture out to pick up groceries and want to limit your amount of contact with other people, there’s a fast and easy way to found out in real-time how many people are at your supermarket. Learn more here.
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How to Protect Yourself From Coronavirus If You Still Have to Go to Work

A lot of Americans can and should work from home during the novel coronavirus pandemic, but many have no choice but to show up to work. Here are a few tips for workers to protect themselves if they have to clock in despite COVID-19.
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When Should You Go to the Hospital With Coronavirus Symptoms?

As more serious COVID-19 cases are reported, the question on most people’s minds revolves around when they should go to the hospital. See what experts have to say.
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COVID Cases Are on the Rise — Look Out for These Less Commonly Reported Symptoms

While coronavirus has spread unpredictably throughout the world in 2020, reports of new, less common symptoms are adding to the confusion. These are some lesser known COVID-19 symptoms to look out for.
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Coronavirus Restrictions: What Is a Stay-at-Home Order?

The unprecedented spread of coronavirus is prompting shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders around the country. While the particulars vary from region to region, here is a breakdown of where you can go and what you can do under stay-at-home orders.
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Is It Safe to Drive Amid Coronavirus Travel Restrictions?

With many across the country avoiding air travel in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, some are wondering if it’s safe to travel by car. According to the New York Times, the answer is complicated.
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Coronavirus: Is It Safe to Shop for Groceries?

With coronavirus restrictions and shelter-in-place orders sweeping through the country, a trip to the grocery store may be imperative soon. So is your health. Here are some tips for how to safely buy groceries during a coronavirus quarantine.
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Health Official Warns Millennials May Face 'Disproportional’ Risk for Coronavirus

A White House health official has issued a warning that millennials may face a bigger threat to contracting coronavirus than had been previously reported. Dr. Deborah Birx made the announcement on Wednesday.
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Kevin Bacon Launches Six Degrees Campaign to Promote Social Distancing

Kevin Bacon launches 6 Degrees Campaign for social distancing. He is reminding fans that we are all only ‘6 Degrees’ away from one another and advising everyone to stay home to keep people safe.
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