If you find yourself starting to get overwhelmed at the thought of COVID-19, you’re not alone. Here are ways to help ease your anxiety about the virus.
The longer it takes for coronavirus to spread through the population, the more time that hospitals have to prepare. We can slow the spread by following protective measures, which includes postponing non-essential appointments and procedures, along with social distancing.
With the disruption of COVID-19, some children might be feeling anxious or worried. It’s important for parents to have an open dialogue with their child about the virus and what it means to their family.
If you’re sick, there are polite, considerate and safe ways to manage your symptoms, while also protecting those around you. Follow these tips for good cough etiquette.
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