It may seem like you shouldn’t have to wear a mask after getting vaccinated, but health experts say otherwise. Here’s what you need to know.
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Quarantine helps prevent the spread of COVID-19, so we’ve detailed what the CDC’s new guidelines mean for your safety.
Countries around the world implemented curfews in various cities to help curb the spread of COVID-19. As it turns out, they really work.
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How will holiday shopping look as a result of recent COVID-19 surges? Implement these tips to keep yourself safe during the holidays.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, but what will it look like this year? Should you stay home or take a risk? Here’s what the experts say.
The CDC released a report stating that cloth face coverings now protect you from COVID-19, not just the people around you.
Serve up an extra side of safety precautions at this year’s Thanksgiving feast. Keep celebrations small and avoid mixing households.
Planning on taking a domestic flight? With proper measures in place, air travel may be safer than eating out at a restaurant.
If you don’t want to vote by mail, here are tips to stay safe and protected from COVID-19 if you plan to cast your ballot in person.
The enhanced sanitation practices, required facial coverings, and encouraged hand washing may make this cold & flu season much safer.
Holding a thermometer to your forehead to check your temperature is supposed to slow the spread of COVID-19, but how effective is it?
Is your child confused about masks? Do they need to wear one as they head back to school? Here’s how to explain masks to children.
You should always carry a mask in your car so you have it when you go places, but is it healthy to wear one while driving? Find out here.
Coronavirus cases continue to rise in the U.S., and certain states can’t keep the numbers down. See which states have the highest case rate
Finding the motivation to exercise on your own can be tough. Luckily, many fitness instructors now offer outdoor gym classes during the pandemic.
Wearing a cloth face mask helps to slow the spread of COVID-19, but you also need to care for your mask to ensure that it is effective.
New research suggests that certain blood types have an increased risk of COVID-19. From infection to severity, experts explain how this is possible.
States are opening back up and facial coverings are still required in public spaces. Stock up on stylish face masks sold by these black-owned businesses.
Businesses and public facilities are starting to reopen, but this comes with a risk. These are the places that pose the highest risk for COVID-19.