Updated on 9 Oct, CDC FAQ says, "It spreads through respiratory droplets or small particles, such as those in aerosols.... These particles can be inhaled...and cause infection. This is thought to be the main way the virus spreads." Best description yet!
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) via The FAQ document from CDC has been updated to align with the new #SARSCoV2 guidance. OMG!
This is a really great Q&A from about the novel #Coronavirus #nCoV2019. Up-to-date with useful link and highly accurate information.
To slow the spread of #COVID19, stay at home except to get groceries, medications, or other essentials. Avoid outings you don’t have to take. Visit the FAQs for more tips: . #PhysicalDistance #SocialDistancing
Contact tracing slows the spread of #COVID19. See these answers to Frequently Asked Questions about contact tracing: . #SlowTheSpread
Parents: Stay flexible with a learning schedule while kids are home during the COVID-19 outbreak. Keep bedtime and morning routines consistent during the week. Structure the day for learning, free time, healthy foods, and physical activity. See more: .
Contact tracing is essential to slowing the spread of #COVID19. If you have COVID-19, public health workers won’t reveal your identity to your close contacts, even if they ask. Help #SlowTheSpread of COVID-19: .
Some people are more likely than others to become severely ill from #COVID19, which means that they may require hospitalization, intensive care, or a ventilator to help them breathe. Some severely ill people may die. Learn more.
If a #COVID19 contact tracer does not reach you with a phone call, they will leave you a message. During contact tracing, a public health worker will NOT ask you for money. Learn more: . #SlowtheSpread
Remain calm and get the facts FROM EXPERTS
"Some other viruses, like those that cause the common cold and flu, spread more during cold weather months but that does not mean it is impossible to become sick with these viruses during other months."
Coronavirus disease 2019 (#COVID19) is a rapidly evolving situation. See answers to frequently asked questions at
Contact tracing is essential to slowing the spread of #COVID19. If you have COVID-19, public health workers won’t reveal your identity to your close contacts, even if they ask. Help #SlowTheSpread of COVID-19: .
To slow the spread of #COVID19, stay at home except to get groceries, medications, or other essentials. Avoid outings you don’t have to take. Visit the FAQs for more tips: . #PhysicalDistance #SocialDistancing
Contact tracing slows the spread of #COVID19. See these answers to frequently asked questions about contact tracing: . #SlowTheSpread
Many people are asking about how #coronavirus may affect their pets. So far there is no evidence that pets have become sick. Here is info from the CDC on pets & #coronavirus
Parents: Closing schools is one way to slow the spread of #COVID19, but – as you know – being home all the time can be hard. Find tips to support the health and well-being of yourself and your children while you’re home together: .
Parents: Stay flexible with a learning schedule while kids are home during #COVID19. Keep bedtime and morning routines consistent during the week. Structure the day for learning, free time, healthy foods, and physical activity. See more: .
Contact tracing is used by health departments to prevent the spread of infectious diseases like #COVID19. Learn more.
Contact tracing is used by health departments to prevent the spread of infectious disease. Learn more in CDC’s FAQ on contact tracing
Some people are more likely than others to become severely ill from #COVID19, which means that they may require hospitalization, intensive care, or a ventilator to help them breathe. Some severely ill people may die. Learn more.
CDC: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers /2019 Novel #Coronavirus #nCoV2019
If you have questions about #COVID19, has answers. The list is updated regularly and has important info for families, healthcare professionals, communities, and more. See the FAQs:
Coronavirus (COVID-19) frequently asked questions | CDC
Do you have questions about #COVID19? Find answers to your questions on our updated #FAQ page: .
CDC says coronavirus has low survivability on surfaces: . Best available information indicates this is extremely false: .
I would highly recommend reading the FAQ page from the CDC to be educated on the virus, and what you can do right now (hint, it's not buying masks).
Do you have questions about COVID-19 and the current #PublicHealth response? has answers and additional info: #coronavirus
#CDC: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers -- 2019 Novel #Coronavirus #nCoV2019