Coronavirus: Debunking Common Myths
24 March, 2020
The coronavirus (COVID-19) is so new that there are tons of misinformation and myths floating around about where it comes from, what it means, and much more.
You’ve surely heard of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by now but do you really know what it is?
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All viruses have the capability to mutate, and COVID-19 is no exception. However, when most viruses mutate, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they evolve into something more powerful or infectious
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Social distancing is key during a pandemic to prevent the virus from spreading and help "flatten the curve."
With the new coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading across the globe, everyone's talking about self quarantining but when should you do it?
If you're feeling fluey and sick nowadays, you're likely to fear that you have the COVID-19 coronavirus. But what should you do?
The symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19) range from person to person and some people can even have and spread it without presenting symptoms.
There is still a lot that is unknown about COVID-19 but what do we know about the virus spreading after symptoms are gone?
While there is not yet a treatment or cure for the coronavirus (COVID-19), we do have prevention measures and some ways to minimize symptoms.
While there is still no vaccine for COVID-19, scientists around the world are working hard to develop one.
We're all waiting on a vaccine for COVID-19 but is it realistically on the horizon?
Everyone is looking to protect themselves from getting the coronavirus (COVID-19) with facemasks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and other items. Does it work?
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