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Green, Yellow, Orange Or Red? This New Tool Shows COVID-19 Risk In Your County

Green, Yellow, Orange Or Red? This New Tool Shows COVID-19 Risk In Your County

Where Are Coronavirus Cases Getting Worse? Explore Risk Levels County By County : Shots - Health News A new color-coded map, backed by a coalition of top scientists, provides a way of comparing outbreak severity across communities, down to the county level.Heard onToggle more optionsUpdated Aug. 12 at 1:15 p.m. ET How severe is the spread of COVID-19 in your community? If you're confused, you're not alone. Though state and local dashboards provide lots of numbers, from case counts to deaths, it's often unclear how to interpret them — and hard to compare them to other places. "There hasn't...

July 1, 2020
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CDC: At Least 20 Million Americans Have Had Coronavirus. Here's Who's At Highest Risk

CDC: At Least 20 Million Americans Have Had Coronavirus. Here's Who's At Highest Risk

Coronavirus Cases In U.S. Are Undercounted, CDC Says : Coronavirus Updates The U.S. has had about 10 times more coronavirus cases than were captured by testing, according to new estimates released by the federal government.Millions of Americans have probably had the coronavirus without knowing it. That's the conclusion of officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and many other experts. "Our best estimate right now is that for every case that was reported, there actually were 10 other infections," Dr. Robert Redfield, the director of the CDC, said during a call with...

June 25, 2020
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Coronavirus FAQs: How To Stay Safe While Protesting, When To Go Out After Recovery

Coronavirus FAQs: How To Stay Safe While Protesting, When To Go Out After Recovery

How To Stay Safe From The Coronavirus While Protesting In Public : Goats and Soda Also: If I head to a new state or country for a visit, do I need to self-isolate to protect others in case I'm contagious?Pranav BaskarThis is part of a series looking at pressing coronavirus questions of the week. We'd like to hear what you're curious about. Email us at with the subject line: "Weekly Coronavirus Questions." What risks are there in attending a protest rally? Modelers say it's difficult to assess how the protests will influence COVID-19 infections. But it's clear that a key ingredient for...

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June 5, 2020
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Things To Consider When Visiting Elderly Relatives Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Things To Consider When Visiting Elderly Relatives Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Things To Consider When Visiting Elderly Relatives Amid Coronavirus Crisis Given the rise in COVID-19 cases, public health officials warn people to be more vigilant when they're out. Is there a safe way to visit grandma and grandpa and other elderly relatives or friends?Heard onToggle more optionsGiven the rise in COVID-19 cases, public health officials warn people to be more vigilant when they're out. Is there a safe way to visit grandma and grandpa and other elderly relatives or friends?RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:Nearly 120,000 people have died in the U.S. from COVID-19, and about 20 states are...

June 22, 2020
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Schools Contemplate Fall Semester As COVID-19 Cases Rise In Many States

Schools Contemplate Fall Semester As COVID-19 Cases Rise In Many States

Schools Contemplate Fall Semester As COVID-19 Cases Rise In Many States As cases increase in 40 states and the debate over wearing masks continue, public health experts say the U.S. is losing the battle. And schools struggle with decisions over how to reopen.Heard onToggle more optionsAs cases increase in 40 states and the debate over wearing masks continue, public health experts say the U.S. is losing the battle. And schools struggle with decisions over how to reopen.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:The reality is that some countries have brought the coronavirus under control. At the same time, there...

July 20, 2020
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Florida Leads U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Social Distancing, Mask Use Urged

Florida Leads U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Social Distancing, Mask Use Urged

Florida Leads U.S. COVID-19 Cases; Social Distancing, Mask Use Urged As COVID-19 cases surge and deaths rise, experts say everyone must be compliant with guidelines to slow the spread. And as widespread testing increases, there's a longer wait to get results.Heard onToggle more optionsAs COVID-19 cases surge and deaths rise, experts say everyone must be compliant with guidelines to slow the spread. And as widespread testing increases, there's a longer wait to get results.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:On the worst day of the pandemic in New York, the state set a record - 12,000 new cases in a day. Now...

July 13, 2020
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Amid Surge In COVID-19 Cases, CDC Has More Advice For How To Stay Safe

Amid Surge In COVID-19 Cases, CDC Has More Advice For How To Stay Safe

Amid Surge In COVID-19 Cases, CDC Has More Advice For How To Stay Safe Some parts of the country are seeing an increase in coronavirus cases. At the same time, many states are reopening gyms and camps. What's the best advice to participate safely?Heard onToggle more optionsSome parts of the country are seeing an increase in coronavirus cases. At the same time, many states are reopening gyms and camps. What's the best advice to participate safely?NOEL KING, HOST:Cases of COVID-19 are rising in about 20 states. In Arizona, for example, the average number of daily cases has almost tripled in...

June 15, 2020
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Businesses, Schools Draw On CDC's Guidance To Reopen

Businesses, Schools Draw On CDC's Guidance To Reopen

Businesses, Schools Draw On CDC's Guidance To Reopen The CDC's reopen guidance calls on businesses and schools to monitor for symptoms and to have systems to protect high-risk individuals. How can schools and businesses put this into action?Heard onToggle more optionsThe CDC's reopen guidance calls on businesses and schools to monitor for symptoms and to have systems to protect high-risk individuals. How can schools and businesses put this into action?NOEL KING, HOST:The CDC has offered guidance to reopen schools and businesses safely. Big institutions are leading. This week, some of the...

May 18, 2020
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Health Safety Tips For When It's Time To Emerge From Lockdowns

Health Safety Tips For When It's Time To Emerge From Lockdowns

Health Safety Tips For When It's Time To Emerge From Lockdowns As more states continue to ease shelter-in-place restrictions, what are the safest ways to get back out into society — whether it's outdoors, going to church or returning to work?Heard onToggle more optionsAs more states continue to ease shelter-in-place restrictions, what are the safest ways to get back out into society — whether it's outdoors, going to church or returning to work?STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:What are the safest ways to move around as we start to do it more? An end to lockdowns is coming. We know of Southern states that...

May 11, 2020
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How To Celebrate July 4th Safely During The Coronavirus Pandemic

How To Celebrate July 4th Safely During The Coronavirus Pandemic

How To Celebrate July 4th Safely During The Coronavirus Pandemic COVID-19 can't stop the July Fourth holiday. But how can you have fun and stay safe at the same time? Also, as new hot spots emerge, how best to assess the risk in your community.Heard onToggle more optionsCOVID-19 can't stop the July Fourth holiday. But how can you have fun and stay safe at the same time? Also, as new hot spots emerge, how best to assess the risk in your community.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:Why are coronavirus cases rising in much of this country? One likely factor is Memorial Day weekend just a few weeks ago when...

June 29, 2020
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