Doctors Worry About COVID's Effects on Hispanics
There may be worrisome health trends coming for some U.S. Hispanic adults who get COVID-19.
'Can You Get COVID-19 Twice?'
You may have read reports that some people who recovered from COVID-19 went on to test positive a second time, raising the question: Can you get COVID-19 more than once?
CDC Points to Three Main COVID-19 Symptoms
While a wide range of symptoms can accompany the coronavirus, the CDC says a large majority of patients in a recent study exhibited one of three symptoms: fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
COVID Vaccine Tested in People Shows Early Promise
Every person who received Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, mRNA-1273, developed an immune response to the virus that causes it, the company says in a news release.
Two Lysol Products Can Kill Coronavirus: EPA
The EPA said laboratory tests found that Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol Disinfectant Max Cover Mist destroy the virus two minutes after contact, CNN reported.
When Should I Get Tested for COVID-19?
When we first started hearing about COVID-19 in the U.S., the symptoms of the virus – and thus, the criteria for testing – seemed pretty straightforward: If you have a fever and a cough, get tested (if your doctor has access to a test). But as doctors and researchers learned more about the virus (and more people were tested and diagnosed), it became clear that the symptoms were not so straightforward– and sometimes not present at all. So, now that there’s a laundry list of “maybe” symptoms, how do you know when to get tested?