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Sources on Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)



The news about the coronavirus (COVID-19) is lightning fast, but some advice from expert organizations such as the CDC and WHO has remained consistent. Senior Planet has compiled a number of reliable information sources and basic tips for prevention, care and coping below. Check back here for updated resources.

It is also a good idea to keep an eye on the information from your Ministry of Health and / or DoH. Since this virus affects several states or provinces, local health officials are likely to hold press conferences with locally relevant information or instructions; their websites may also contain good information. You can find yours by searching online for your state or province and & # 39; health department & # 39; or & # 39; public health department & # 39 ;.

Basic Information

  COVID-19 Fact Sheet

For the latest information in your area, search online at your local health website.

How to prevent the spread of disease

  Stop the spread of germs

Also worth noting: you can still get your flu shot – it's not too late. While the flu shot won't protect you from COVID-19, it will help prevent the flu, which has similar symptoms.

How to handle stress during the coronavirus outbreak

  Tips for dealing with stress during the coronavirus outbreak

Additional resources

Stay tuned on this page for updates and more additional resources from Senior Planet.

Senior Planet runs programs in states across the country and the health and safety of all our members, participants, trainers, employees and volunteers are our top priority. OATS, the nonprofit organization that sponsors Senior Planet, is taking steps to minimize disruption to Senior Planet programs while maximizing health while continuing to monitor the situation and best practices between Senior Planet facilitate locations. Look under "Our locations" for location specific updates.

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Infographics courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization


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