As confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the U.S., it can be frustrating to see people dismiss the official advice for curbing the spread of the pandemic. And when the resistance is coming from within your own household, it’s even more infuriating. Step forward Pandemic Teen – an even more irritating dependent than Regular Teen.
Leave it to a global pandemic to make you wistfully long for dates consisting of overpriced cocktails at a noisy bar before awkwardly making out on a street corner and getting ghosted. Sigh. While your go-to date activities from the Before Times…
People want to debate whether wearing a mask works against COVID-19, but the CDC says it’s the gloves you should take off. The CDC and the European CDC have both released guidelines stating that glove use isn’t a necessary preventive tactic when it comes to COVID-19.
Who else can’t wait to hear the words, “This is your captain speaking. Flight attendants, please prepare for takeoff”? While travelling and taking holidays has mostly been put on hold due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many people are still flying – both out of necessity and not.
For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. When stay-at-home orders begin to ease and the coronavirus pandemic simmers down (it has to end at some point, right?!), gyms and fitness studios will begin to open again.
What will back to school 2020 look like with Covid-19 looming over almost everything? We spoke with experts to get their safety advice and then gathered a school supply checklist to prepare students of all ages for this unique school year.
Coronavirus tips for reducing the spread of COVID-19 remain unchanged. Clean hands, social distancing, and face masks can reduce everyone’s risk of transmission. A new study shows that social distancing can reduce the spread of the virus even more efficiently than we thought.
MC: One of the safest would be to take your own private car, and then your only exposure to other people comes when you stop at gas stations or rest stops or places where you pick up food. LM: My family did this earlier in the summer.
For many, summer usually means family travel (sometimes in the form of a big trip), but COVID-19 has complicated things this year. We’ve gleaned some insight into how to start cautiously getting out of the house-we know, for example, that outdoors is generally safer than indoors, everyone over two should wear a mask, hand sanitizer can mitigate risk, and social distancing is key.
Each week, we answer “frequently asked questions” about life during the coronavirus crisis. If you have a question you’d like us to consider for a future post, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: “Weekly Coronavirus Questions.” Can you blow out a candle with your mask on? That question became …
For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. The coronavirus pandemic has altered the look and feel of summer, when wanderlust traditionally turns to global getaways, nature retreats and beach vacations.
It’s far from ideal to travel during a pandemic. Doctors aren’t going to give you the green light to do it, and neither is the U.S. State Department or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But wanderlust and obligations can exert powerful lures.