What you need to know about the deadly coronavirus found in the U.S
The CDC announced Jan. 21 that they found the first U.S. case of the mysterious coronavirus that has killed at least six people in China and sickened nearly 300 since Dec. 31.
It's March 2020 and the world has been battling a new coronavirus outbreak for months. Here's everything you need to know about COVID-19. Dr. Jen Ashton, ABC News' chief medical correspondent, discusses what you need to know about coronavirus testing, hospitals, and cleaning surfaces.
#coronavirus #testing #hospitals #covid19 #cleaningsurfaces We all know to avoid people who are coughing and sneezing as the number of people infected with the coronavirus continues to grow. But what about people with no symptoms of the disease? There is a worry about so-called "silent spreaders," who carry the disease asymptomatically but can still pass it on. Dr. Oz discusses the phenomenon, and debunks rumors related to COVID-19, including whether ibuprofen makes the disease's symptoms worse. Maryland set up a covid-19 testing site in the parking lot of FedEx Field in Prince George's County, where people can get tested with or without health insurance.