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Coronavirus across the US is getting worse. Here's a refresher on how to stay safe

November 22, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

It's a recurring headline these days: New cases of coronavirus are surging around the country, along with hospitalization rates and Covid-19 deaths.

And with winter coming, health experts say it's only going to get worse, as more people gather indoors to avoid cold weather.

It's simple, but wearing a mask properly is one of the most important ways you can protect yourself and those around you, health experts say.

N95 masks offer the best protection, but they are in short supply, and the CDC is asking people not to go out and buy them, because they are urgently needed by health care workers.

Wash your hands

Washing your hands frequently is still one of the most basic and simple things you can do.

Frequent hand washing will also protect you from all sorts of harmful bacteria and viruses other than the new coronavirus, including influenza and the common cold.

With coronavirus infections soaring around the country, the coming winter is only going to make things worse as people spend more time indoors together.

Public health officials advise having two weeks of food on hand.

If you have been exposed to the coronavirus, symptoms will probably show up within a week, health experts say.

But it's still important to disinfect surfaces and wash your hands after being out or touching objects from outside your home.

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