Stacker compiled answers to 31 common questions about COVID-19, including what the CDC says you should do to stay safe during the pandemic.
When can I get vaccinated? And answers to 30 other coronavirus questions
What are the major COVID-19 symptoms?
How does COVID-19 spread?
Is COVID-19 dangerous for young people?
Is COVID-19 more dangerous for men?
Are smokers more at risk for COVID-19?
How do asymptomatic people spread COVID-19?
How long does COVID-19 survive on different surfaces?
Can dogs and other pets get COVID-19?
How can I naturally boost my immune system?
Is it safe to take ibuprofen?
Which over-the-counter medicines can safely alleviate symptoms?
What cleaning products will kill the virus?
Will wearing gloves protect you?
Why is handwashing so important?
Why do I need to wear a mask when I leave the house?
What should I do if I've been exposed to the virus?
What are the different types of COVID-19 tests?
How can I stay safe while grocery shopping?
How can I safely order take-out?
How can I stay safe while getting gas?
How can I protect myself while doing laundry?
How can I protect my elderly parents?
How can I protect my kids?
How can I support my local health care workers?
How can I help postal workers and delivery drivers?
Should I go to a more rural location to wait this out?
When should I go to the hospital if I think I have COVID-19?
Can people contract the virus more than once?
What do I need to know about the new variants?
When will I be able to get vaccinated?
When will life return to normal?
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