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The COVID-19 delta variant is spreading globally, and is more contagious and causing more severe illness than previous strains. Read a Q&A to learn why getting the COVID-19 vaccine is more important than ever.
The COVID-19 pandemic upended daily activities and may have caused anxiety about your safety. Get guidance on making a new start so you can move ahead.
Help is just a phone call away. That's what Susan Fox discovered when she called the Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Nurse Line. Read about her journey to an unexpected diagnosis.
The delta variant is being blamed for hot spots in the U.S. where cases of COVID-19 are on the rise. A Mayo Clinic expert expands on how this highly transmissible variant continues to spread.
When used correctly, antibiotics could be considered the life preservers of health care. But some bacteria are antibiotic-resistant and become a "superbug." Discover how you can reduce antibiotic resistance.
Julie Berg's life revolves around family, friends and faith. When her health was tested by an aggressive brain tumor and COVID-19 diagnosis, she leaned on these things for support and her health care team for expert surgical care.
Nearly everyone had at least one event delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While eager to be with friends and family again, here's how to limit your risk and protect others during in-person gatherings.
While many restrictions have been lifted, COVID-19 has not gone away. So how safe is it to travel? A Mayo Clinic infectious diseases expert answers your questions.
Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is an essential tool in fighting the pandemic. But a recent COVID-19 infection could affect the recommended timing of your vaccination. Get the details.
If you've lost your sense of smell this past year, you're not alone. Learn what you might expect, how long it could last, why COVID-19 can affect it and more.
It's not surprising that the COVID-19 pandemic changed how we provided caregiving for our loved ones. Read how it's changed, and get tips for positive caregiving support within a family.
The CDC has stated that people who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 don't need to socially distance or wear a mask indoors in most settings. Here's what you need to know when visiting Mayo Clinic Health System.