Should you travel for the holidays in 2020? What precautions will make it safer? Here's some advice from medical experts as well as tips for hosting a Zoom Thanksgiving.
It's official — wearing a mask not only protects others from your expelled respiratory droplets, it protects you as well, according to new guidance from the CDC.
Here are common hand sanitizer mistakes you’re probably making, and simple ways to fix them. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Pick one that contains mostly alcohol, and has few other ingredients.
Practicing good hand hygiene isn’t fancy or novel, but it works, says Starnbach. Washing with simple soap and water, and using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water aren’t available, can help keep you from transporting germs from an infected surface to your eyes, nose, or mouth.
A restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, has found a unique way to fight COVID-19.
The Food and Drug Administration has added more hand sanitizers to its growing list of products that contain wood alcohol, which is toxic if absorbed through the skin.
The FDA is advising consumers not to use hand sanitizer products manufactured by Eskbiochem SA due to the potential presence of a toxic chemical.
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There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the water. Proper operation, maintenance and disinfection (with chlorine or bromine) of pools should kill COVID-19.
If a park, beach or recreational facility is open for public use, visiting is OK as long as you practice social distancing and everyday steps such as washing hands often and covering coughs and sneezes. Follow these actions when visiting a park, beach, or recreational facility:
Train Wreck Distillery in Burlington County donated hand sanitizer to the Galloway Township Police Department.
Coconino County has a second death from COVID-19, county officials confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — A pair of sisters who own a township clothing boutique created an online fundraiser to raise money for medical supplies during the spread of COVID-19.
Lots of nonperishable items have disappeared from stores, especially hand sanitizers and toilet paper. Seniors risking a trip to the store might find mostly empty shelves anyway. Consider shopping for them while doing yours, or help them set up a revolving delivery from the grocery store.
Your highest risk of catching COVID-19 is being exposed to a person ill with COVID-19.
Here's a guide to washing your hands with soap and water and using hand sanitizer, along with related tips for cleaning your phone and shopping for supplies.
CLAIM: Hand sanitizer will do nothing to protect you from the new coronavirus.
You wipe down your spotless kitchen counters daily, scrub your toilet bowl twice a week, and sweep your floors every Sunday, but there’s one thing you’re probably forgetting to clean as often as you should: your smartphone.