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Virus basics: How to choose the best mask and more tips for preventing COVID-19 spread
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Virus basics: How to choose the best mask and more tips for preventing COVID-19 spread

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We're going on month nine of the pandemic in the United States. With the recent surge of COVID-19 cases across the country, now is not an ideal time to get lax on safety precautions.

Also, recommendations have changed at least slightly since March, so it never hurts to have a refresher.

From recognizing symptoms to making your own face mask, here's a back-to-basics guide to the coronavirus, including tips for your mental and physical wellbeing.

For your mental health:

For your physical health:

Virus by the numbers:

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