FLU vs COVID-19
HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS
WEAR YOUR MASK
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- Cases in the U.S. April 18, 2021CDC COVID Data Tracker - Cases and Deaths by State
- Staffing Resources April 18, 2021Federal staffing resources for health departments.
- Personal and Social Activities April 17, 2021Venturing Out? Be Prepared and Stay Safe
- Cleaning, Disinfection, and Hand Hygiene in Schools - a Toolkit for School Administrators April 16, 2021Cleaning, Disinfection, and Hand Hygiene in Schools
- People at Increased Risk April 16, 2021People Who Need to Take Extra Precautions
- Reporting COVID-19 Vaccinations in the United States April 16, 2021Information on COVID-19 vaccination data reported in CDC's COVID Data Tracker.
- Reporting Trends in Number of COVID-19 Vaccinations April 16, 2021CDC's COVID Data Tracker provides trends data on the number of COVID-19 vaccines administered in the United States.
- Reporting COVID-19 Vaccination Demographic Data April 16, 2021CDC's COVID Data Tracker provides COVID-19 vaccination data in the United States, including Demographic Characteristics of People Receiving COVID-19 Vaccinations in the United States.
- Considerations for Non-emergency Vehicle Transportation for Tribal Communities During COVID-19 April 16, 2021Precautions should be considered by tribal community members who may need to regularly share personal vehicles with members outside of their own households, including with those who are visibly sick, to minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19 when sharing non-emergency vehicle transportation.
- Caring for Someone Sick at Home April 16, 2021Most people who get sick with COVID-19 will have only mild illness and should recover at home. Care at home can help stop the spread of COVID-19 and help protect people who are at risk for getting seriously ill from COVID-19.
- When you wear a mask, you protect others as well as yourself. Masks work best when everyone wears one.
- A mask is NOT a substitute for social distancing. Masks should still be worn in addition to staying at least 6 feet apart, especially when indoors around people who don’t live in your household.
- Masks should completely cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of face without gaps.
- Masks should be worn any time you are traveling on a plane, bus, train, or other form of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States and in U.S. transportation hubs such as airports and stations.
- People age 2 and older should wear masks in public settings and when around people who don’t live in their household.
- Wear a mask inside your home if someone you live with is sick with symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive for COVID-19.
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol after touching or removing your mask.