When will a vaccine be available for COVID-19?
When will a vaccine be available for COVID-19?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and
    spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Although highly anticipated, a public vaccine most likely won't make a debut until 2021.
  • Vaccine development has several stages of testing before it's approved, and it's possible more
    than one vaccine will be developed to combat the virus.
Getting Tested for Coronavirus
Getting Tested for Coronavirus

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  • Covid-19 is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • If you suspect that you have COVID or have had contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID then you should be tested.
  • If you have been tested for Covid-19, you should self-quarantine until the results have been received.
How likely is my family to contract COVID-19, and how sick would we get?
How likely is my family to contract COVID-19, and how sick would we get?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and
    spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Younger children should avoid contracting the disease to avoid infecting friends and relatives.
  • Risks increase drastically during and after the 30-39-year-old age group, especially after 65 years of age.
What are typical symptoms of Coronavirus?
What are typical symptoms of Coronavirus?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Covid-19 affects people differently and has a wide range of symptoms ranging from mild to severe.
  • If you suspect you or a family member has Covid-19, isolate the sick person immediately and contact your primary care physician.
How can I prevent contracting Coronavirus?
How can I prevent contracting Coronavirus?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Keep you and your loved ones healthy and safe by taking safeguards that help prevent contracting the virus.
  • Handwashing, mask-wearing, and physical distancing are some of the most important precautions you can take.
How does Covid-19 spread?
How does Covid-19 spread?

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  • Covid-19 is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Easily spread, even by people without any symptoms, Covid-19 is more easily transmitted than the annual flu.
  • Taking steps to lower the risk include wearing a mask and maintaining a six-foot distance from those outside your household.
How Can I Host Fun Family Gatherings During The COVID-19 Pandemic?
How Can I Host Fun Family Gatherings During The COVID-19 Pandemic?

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  • Covid-19 trends and guidelines should be taken into account before any gathering.
  • Take safety measures before, during, and after hosting any type of celebration.
  • Lower the risk by wearing a mask and maintaining a six-foot distance from those outside your household.
Trick-or-Treating Safety Contract
Trick-or-Treating Safety Contract

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  • Guidelines for children and parents to follow to avoid Covid-19.
  • Many parents don’t talk to their kids about safety every Halloween.
  • Use a Trick-or-Treating Safety Contract as a memorable and effective way to remind children how to be safe.
Tips to Un-Distance Distance Learning
Tips to Un-Distance Distance Learning

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  • Networking with other distance learning parents can help everyone feel less overwhelmed.
  • There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to the challenges of distance learning.
  • Be patient with yourself and your child as you navigate distance learning through this pandemic.
7 Ways To Prepare Your Kids To Return To School During A Pandemic
7 Ways To Prepare Your Kids To Return To School During A Pandemic

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  • Preparing your kids to go back to school during a pandemic is uncharted territory.
  • Handwashing, hand sanitizing, physical distancing, mask wearing, and limiting sharing supplies are all necessary for a safe return.
  • If your child is sick or has been exposed to Covid-19, keep them home.

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