iStock/MarianVejcik(BOSTON) — BY: Dr. Chloë E. Nunneley As the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the country, those who are not infected can protect themselves by avoiding close contact with others and aggressively washing their hands. But beyond this, many are desperately hoping for another form of protection: a vaccine.
NMDOT discourages shopping in groups Message boards provide COVID-19 instruction to shop alone SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Transportation is advising people to shop alone to reduce the spread of COVID-19. “This is not a time for a social outing. Leave family members at home where they are
During a virtual city council meeting on March 30, 2020, health professionals with Memorial Medical Center (MMC) stressed the importance of taking the following actions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: 1. Wash hands often with soap and water. 2. Don’t touch your face with your hands. 3. Stay home
ABC/Stewart Cook(LOS ANGELES) — The COVID-19 coronavirus has claimed another TV show: ABC has scrapped its planned The Bachelor Summer Games as a result of the pandemic, according to Variety. The series, which was never formally announced, was reportedly to have run during this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, which
SeventyFour/iStock(CHICAGO) — Public health officials in Illinois on Saturday announced the death of an infant in Chicago who tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Dr. Ngozi Ezike, the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, said a full investigation was underway to determine the cause of death of the
Sony Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — Sony Pictures has done some last-minute shuffling with a few of its films in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Deadline. Ghostbusters: Afterlife has been pushed to March 5, 2021 from its original July 10 release date, while Sony/Marvel’s Morbius, starring Jared Leto, will hit
John Moore/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Urgent care clinics and doctors’ offices around the nation will soon have a new method to test for COVID-19, dubbed “a whole new ballgame” by President Donald Trump. The device, made my Abbott, makes testing for COVID-19 as easy as testing for the flu. The test
AntonioGuillem/iStock(NEW YORK) — With more Americans not going to the office in an attempt to slow the spread of novel coronavirus in the United States, working from home has become a regular routine. As a result, many people have increased the amount of time spent staring at their screens —