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As the economy starts to reopen and things feel normal again, it’s sometimes easy to forget that we’re in the midst of a pandemic. Continue to do your part to keep your friends, family, co-workers and community members safe and healthy by washing your hands, wearing a mask and maintaining a safe distance from others while in public.
The CDC recommends everyone wear a mask while in public. We'll help you find the best options for you and your family.
With stay-at-home orders, now is the time to focus on minimizing exposures and spread of COVID-19. One way to accomplish this is by managing any new viral symptoms at home. What does that mean?
COVID-19 affects people in different ways. Kari Houser, a Mayo Clinic Health System staff member, shares her family's story of their recent diagnosis and recovery.
If you're an essential worker, minimizing COVID-19 exposure to your family when returning home from work is critical. Here's how to keep you and them safe.
You may be worried or even frightened about the rapidly unfolding COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. We have resources for your care and keeping abreast of information you need.
The World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus, called COVID-19, from China a global health emergency. Learn about what it is, its symptoms and what you can do to prevent the spread of infection.
Do you have plans to travel internationally? Be a smart traveler — learn about influenza before you go.
Flu season is quickly approaching, and it is something for which we all should prepare. Learn facts about the flu and how to decrease your risk of getting it.
When you travel to another country, one of the most important plans you can make is to see a travel medicine specialist. Here are nine reasons why.
The best way to prevent the spread of germs that can cause influenza and other infections is by washing your hands. Here are a few tips to clean up your hand-washing skills.
The world is becoming smaller each passing year, as more people are traveling internationally than ever before. However, as we expand our reach in the world, we also increase our risk for encountering disease and illness. Even more serious is the infection risk associated with certain diseases that can be spread to others.