How Do You Get a COVID-19 Test Before Traveling?
Whether visiting loved ones that you don’t want to get sick, visiting a place that requires a negative coronavirus test, or simply wanting to be safe, getting a COVID test before traveling is the responsible way to travel.
People With COVID-19 Are Significantly More Likely to Have Eaten at a Restaurant
Eating at a restaurant could present a bigger risk for coronavirus exposure than many may realize. In fact, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), those who tested positive for COVID-19 were significantly more likely to have eaten at a restaurant in the previous 14 days than those who tested negative.
Israel to impose second lockdown as coronavirus cases surge
Al Jazeera English on MSN.com
Three-week lockdown starting Friday afternoon will last through the entire Jewish holiday season. Israel will enter a three-week nationwide lockdown, starting Friday, to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus after a second-wave surge in new cases.
Every COVID-19 Death Has Devastated a Family
When I contemplate the more than 190,000 Americans dead from this virus, I keep remembering the way this one death ravaged our family. For an entire year, my mother wore only black, and even after she felt able to return other colors to her wardrobe,
Sunday, Sept. 6: Latest developments on coronavirus in Michigan
MLive - GrandRapids/Muskegon/Kalamazoo on MSN.com
Michigan reported 838 new cases of coronavirus Saturday, Sept. 5, down from 982 the previous day. Statewide, there have now been 106,215 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 6,534 resulting in death. Saturday marked eight new deaths,
Herd immunity alone won’t stop COVID-19. Here’s why.
Popular Science on MSN.com
One of the White House’s top medical advisors has recommended that the administration adopt an approach to handling the pandemic that would allow the novel coronavirus to quickly infect massive numbers of people in hopes of reaching herd immunity,
COVID-19 cases finally trending downward in hard-hit South Bay
San Diego Union-Tribune on MSN.com
The number of new COVID-19 cases in the hard-hit South Bay is starting to decline for the first time since the pandemic began to spread throughout San Diego County in March. And while officials are happy with the news,