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    State waives fees for digital drivers license

    Governor John Bel Edwards announced he will waive the fee to obtain Louisiana’s official digital drivers license, ‘LA Wallet,’ in response to coronavirus.

    The LA Wallet app is now free of charge for residents and OMV, Office of Motor Vehicles, are still open in Baton Rouge as of Wed. March 18.

    “Since the beginning of our partnership, LA Wallet has always kept the people of Louisiana at the forefront of what they do and this latest action is no different,”  Edwards said. “There have been many disruptions to our daily lives as we try to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana, and I want to thank LA Wallet for doing their part to make life a little easier for the people of our great state. Louisianans are resilient and we will get through this together.”

    The digital license is valid for the life of the user’s license issuance. Once a user’s physical license expires, they must renew their license with the OMV and purchase a new digital license through LA Wallet.

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    Baton Rouge City Court ends normal hours until April 20

    Normal court operations at Baton Rouge City Court has been suspended until April 20, 2020. The court will be open to the public to take civil filings and to pay fines and fees.

    However, city officials are encouraging the public to pay fines and fees online or by telephone and to utilize fax filing for civil cases. Our fax filing number is (225)389-5260. All prescriptive periods will remain unaffected at this time.

    All cases will be reassigned and the court will send notice to the last address that was provided on file. It is your responsibility to ensure that the court has a current address.

    Make online payments here:
    https://hdweb.brgov.com/apps/courts/default.asp?Perform=Main

    For any payment questions please call (225)389-5279.

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  • Department of Health reports positive Coronavirus cases, fifth death

    The State of Louisiana reports a fifth death related to COVID-19. The Orleans Parish resident was a 98-year-old individual who lived at Lambeth House in New Orleans. While older individuals and those with underlying medical conditions are at greater risk, everyone can become exposed to COVID-19 and must be vigilant to protect their health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some of the serious chronic health conditions include heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease.
    According to the LDH, there are currently
    • 12 positive cases among individuals ages 18-29;
    • 32 positives cases among individuals ages 30-39;
    • 56 positive cases among individuals ages 40-49;
    • 50 positive cases among individuals ages 50-59;
    • 44 positive cases among individuals ages 60-69 and
    • 46 positive cases among individuals ages 70+.
    Everyone is warned to take the necessary precautions to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and stay safe and healthy. These precautions include:
    • Washing your hands for at least 20 seconds and frequently
    • Covering your cough or sneeze with your arm
    • Avoiding touching your face
    • Routinely cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces
    • Avoiding close contact with others
    • And staying home if you are sick

    ONLINE: COVID-19 webpage.

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    Tangipahoa schools start meal plans today

    Starting on Wednesday, March 18th, Tangipahoa Parish Schools will be serving breakfast and lunch to students who are 18 and younger.

    The district has designated 12 convenient school-based sites where families can pick up two meals per child per weekday.

    At each site, a driver will be asked to proceed to the pickup area. The driver will be asked to present a form that is available on the TangiSchools.org website. The form asks for the driver’s name and the names of the children for whom they are collecting meals. The students do not need to be in the vehicle at the meal distribution site to receive their meals.

    All meals will be distributed in a drive-thru type line. Drivers will turn in their forms, then move up through the line and someone will distribute the number of meals needed. Drivers who do not have the required form will be given one at the distribution site. No one will be turned away from receiving meals.

    Under the district’s meal plan, every child will receive a bag lunch for that day and a packaged breakfast for the following day.

    School Superintendent Melissa Stilley said some families may rely on elderly family and neighbors who are caring for their children. She said authorities encourage residents to look after this older population, and she said friends or neighbors can pick up meals for families facing this challenge. No ID is required.

    Grab and go meal sites are open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Locations include Champ Cooper, Ponchatoula Jr. High, Ponchatoula High, Hammond Eastside, Hammond Westside, Greenville Park, Midway Elementary, Independence Leadership, Loranger Elementary, Amite High, Sumner High, and OW Dillon. You may pick up at any location that is most convenient for your current situation. Also, please know that Catholic school and private school students may pick up meals as well.

     

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    Cox Communications waives first month, offers toolkit to help families with in-home learning

    Throughout Louisiana, families are making use of internet, wi-fi, and technology service offerings to help their school-aged children continue their education during school closures.

    During this time of uncertainty and required in-home learning, Cox Communications is helping get families in need connected to the internet through our Connect2Compete program.

    Effective Monday, March 16, Cox is providing:

    • Limited-time, first month free of Connect2Compete service, $9.95/month thereafter
    • Until May 12, 2020, we are providing phone and remote desktop support through Cox Complete Care at no charge to provide peace of mind and ease for technology needs
    • Resources for discounted, refurbished equipment through our association with PCs for People
    • A Learn from Home toolkit for schools including instructions on how to fast-track eligible students without internet access

    Offer expires 5/12/2020. Cox Complete Care in-home support excluded. Program eligibility and other restrictions apply.

    ONLINE: www.cox.com/c2c.

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    La. National Guard activates soldiers for medical, other support

    The Louisiana National Guard, as directed by Governor John Bel Edwards, has activated more than 94 soldiers and airmen not to include full-time guardsmen, to assist with the COVID-19 response on March 17. The number of guardsmen activated and equipment utilized is anticipated to increase until the situation is stabilized.

    The Louisiana National Guard has mobilized Guardsmen to support current operations, including medical support, engineering assessment support, shelter security, traffic control point support and provided liaison teams to Parish Emergency Operations Centers.

    “Aside from our Guardsmen already responding, we are continuing to lean forward and plan for possible follow-on missions that we may be called upon to perform,” said Brig. Gen. D. Keith Waddell, adjutant general of the LANG. “As our missions develop and increase, today’s preparations will lead to tomorrow’s success.”

    In order to assist civil authorities, the LANG is ensuring the health and safety of its Soldiers and Airmen. The LANG is actively taking steps to support health protection in order to maintain mission readiness, such as: limiting non mission-specific travel, educating and enforcing strict CDC-recommended hygiene measures, and monitoring Guardsmen’s temperature readings and overall health on a daily basis.

    ONLINE: http://www.geauxguard.com

    By Louisiana National Guard Public Affairs Office

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    Baton Rouge sees its first positive Coronavirus case

    EAst Baton Rouge Parish Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome announced the first COVID-19 positive case, commonly referred to as coronavirus, in East Baton Rouge Parish Tuesday, March 17. Over the past few weeks,Broome has been coordinating with local, state and federal officials and healthcare providers.

    “City-Parish and our COVID-19 healthcare partners are ready for this,” said Broome. “I want every member of the public to understand the critical role they play at this point – that is to follow the guidance we have been communicating and reiterating. It is vital that residents adhere to practicing social distancing and self-isolation if you have symptoms.”

    Mayor Broome’s office will continue coordinating the response for the community.

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    Fourth COVID-19 related death reported in Louisiana

    The State of Louisiana reports a fourth death related to COVID-19. The Orleans Parish resident was an 80-year-old individual who lived at Lambeth House in New Orleans.  There are currently 171 coronavirus cases reported across the state. The highest number of cases is concentrated in the New Orleans area, where there are 116 coronavirus cases.

    A third death was reported on Monday, March 16. This was an 84-year-old individual who also lived at Lambeth House.

    While older individuals and those with underlying medical conditions are at greater risk, everyone can become exposed to COVID-19 and must be vigilant to protect their health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some of the serious chronic health conditions include heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.

    For updates on positive cases and deaths, visit the Louisiana Department of Health’s COVID-19 webpage.

    Here’s the latest:

    • There are more than 184,000 coronavirus cases in 159 countries and territories, according to the World Health Organization.
    • More than 7,500 people have died worldwide.
    • In the United States, there are at least 5,130 cases in 49 states, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Washington D.C.
    • The U.S. death toll has climbed to at least 100, with more than half of the dead from Washington state.
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    What therapists tell patients who are anxious about Coronavirus

    It’s hard not to be anxious right now given all of the uncertainty and upheaval the novel coronavirus pandemic has brought to our everyday lives.

    Worries about contracting the virus, loved ones (especially older people or those with compromised immune systems) getting sick, losing income, figuring out child care, feeling socially isolated or not having enough groceries or other household provisions can be unsettling, to say the least.

    Therapists, many of whom are now holding sessions via phone or video calls instead of in-person, are working through these concerns and others with their clients. The Huffington Post asked mental health professionals how they’re approaching the anxiety around COVID-19 with their patients. Hopefully, their advice will provide some peace of mind during an overwhelming time.

    1. Find new ways to connect with co-workers, friends, and family.
    2. Keep your daily routine as consistent as possible.
    3. Focus on what you can control instead of what you can’t.
    4. Be extra gentle with yourself.
    5. Cut back on your media exposure.
    6. Keep things in perspective.
    7. Make sure you have enough of any medications you take.
    8. Know that a little bit of anxiety isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

    Read more at The Huffington Post

     

    Here are resources for mental health:

    •  2-1-1 is a free confidential service that connects callers to information and services in times of need. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even during disasters. Louisiana 211 works to link people and resources for a better Louisiana through collaboration and partnership between nonprofit organizations providing 211 services, funding United Ways and the State of Louisiana Public Service Commission. Louisiana Association of United Way https://www.louisiana211.org  To access 211: Simply dial 211 or text your zip code to 898-211 For COVID-19 information: Simply dial 211 or text LACOVID to 898-211
    • ICARE will provide support to parents and employees through this difficult time. They will address concerns at icare@ebrschools.org and reply within 24 hours with resources for support.

     

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  • Libraries close today due to public health concerns

    The East Baton Rouge Parish Library will close all locations to public access beginning at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, and remain temporarily closed until further notice. Digital library services will remain open. The library has extended the expiration dates on all current library cards, and late fees or fines will be accepted by credit card online.

    The Digital Library is open 24/7, and its robust collection of resources are all freely available to any patron with a current East Baton Rouge Parish Library card. Visit https://www.ebrpl.com/digital.html to get started! Browse and enjoy thousands of digital items like e-books, e-magazines, and e-audiobooks, plus streaming media including music, films, documentaries, and concerts. Stay in the know with online newspapers, magazines; acquire a new skill or broaden your knowledge with a variety of learning tools and platforms. Learn a new language with Mango and Pronunciator, and discover many other options for adults including fun resources such as CreativeBug, AtoZ World Foods, BrainHQ and so more.

    Don’t have a Library card? Temporary virtual cards allow access to most digital products; see the “Library Services” tab atwww.ebrpl.com for more information.

    Telephone reference and assistance with renewals and holds will be offered at each location, through 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and through 6 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Visit https://www.ebrpl.com/LocationsandHours/LocationsandHours.html for telephone numbers and hours.

    Library staff are prepared to give assistance via telephone or email to eref@ebrpl.com, on the operation of mobile devices and downloading of content such as e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines, and streaming media. The Library website also contains many Infoguides that describe how to access downloadable media on a variety of mobile devices.

    Library cards may also be used to check out books, magazines, audiobooks, BluRays and DVDs, CDs, WonderBooks, Playaways, Playaway Views, Playaway LaunchPads, and Arduino Kits. Library due dates and renewals have been adjusted to allow patrons longer loan periods.

    Drive-through Pickup/Drop Off windows are available at the Main Library on Goodwood located at 7711 Goodwood Blvd., and the Fairwood Branch located at 12910 Old Hammond Hwy., with these hours:

    Main Library at Goodwood

    • 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday
    • 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday & Saturday
    • 2-6 p.m. Sunday

    Fairwood Branch

    • 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday
    • 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday & Saturday
    • 2-6 p.m. Sunday

    Announcements related to establishing temporary curbside service at the remaining 12 locations will be made on the Library’s website. Library administration will periodically reassess closures in accordance with governmental and healthcare guidelines.

    All Library programs and events have been canceled. Tools and resources on the coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the Infoguide athttp://ebrpl.libguides.com/coronavirus. To learn more about the Library and any of its free programs, events and resources, call (225) 231-3750, or visit us online at www.ebrpl.com.

    “This was an extremely difficult decision. We realize many people rely heavily on the Library and its services. We will be continually reassessing the public health situation as it evolves over the next several weeks. We will still deliver services by phone, remotely, and via the drive-through/pickup windows, and plan to develop new approaches to help our community during this difficult time,” said library director Spencer Watts.

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    EBR Schools updates employees and students on resources, medications, meals

    Governor John Bel Edwards signed a proclamation that closed schools effective March 16, 2020, to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

    “The mandated closure asks for schools to reopen on April 13, 2020. That date coincides with our previously scheduled spring break. We are still evaluating options on whether or not spring break dates will need to be changed. We will have an update on this by the end of the week. Governor Edwards advocated for schools to continue to support students during this time and we are stepping up to meet that call to action,” said Superintendent Warren Drake.

    Educational Resources:

    • Although our district will not provide distance learning, it will provide online links to optional enrichment and educational resources for parents. These resources will span core content areas – ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies for students PreK-12th grade. Activities will be made available on EBRPSS website by Wednesday, March 18.
    • Some of our schools may have already issued resources on Friday, March 13. Those items are also optional and students will not receive a grade.
    • Individual schools will be working with their teams to address options for Dual Enrollment courses based on guidance received from our local colleges and universities.

    Medication:

    • EBRPSS is working with Health Centers in Schools to finalize a distribution schedule for parents/guardians/emergency contacts to retrieve student medication if needed. All details will be communicated on the district Facebook page and on our website Tuesday, March 17th.

    Student Meal Pick-Up Locations:

    • The EBRPSS’s Child Nutrition Department will be serving free, grab-n-go breakfast and lunch at seven school sites beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Grab-N-Go breakfast and lunch will be served at:
      1. Northeast Elementary
      2. Progress Elementary
      3. Woodlawn Elementary
      4. Wildwood Elementary
      5. Capitol Middle
      6. McKinley Middle
      7. Park Forest Middle

      While supplies last, families will be able to pick up pre-packaged breakfast and lunches for children 18 years of age and younger, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on weekdays during the mandated school closure period (March 16, 2020 – April 13, 2020). At least one child must be present in order to receive school meals. To learn more about EBR Child Nutrition and to view the menu, please visit ebrschools.org/child-nutrition.

    Employee Information:

    • All 12-month employees not assigned to a school building are to begin working remotely and implementing rotation schedules for required on-site work functions. Please contact your direct supervisor for more information.
    • Beginning Tuesday, March 17, school sites should be staffed by one 12-month employee to receive mail and deliveries, and preapproved contractors and vendors. (Feeding sites may also accept donations of new, packaged to-go boxes and unused plastic bags.
    • All school sites and the central office building should be staffed from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    Who to Call:

    If you have any additional questions or concerns about the Coronavirus, please contact the following:

    COVID-19 General Information hotline:

    • 1-855-523-2652
    • 211
    • If you have an EBRPSS related question, please contact us through email – Hotline@ebrschools.org.
    • ICARE will provide support to parents and employees through this difficult time. They will address concerns at icare@ebrschools.org and reply within 24 hours with resources for support.

    “We promise to share new information and updates with you through our dedicated web page, https://ebrschools.org/news/health-update-coronavirus/ and on social media,” said Drake.

     

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  • Free meals and food service for students in La.

    Free food programs are popping up throughout the state after the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to several major school systems. Here are local and state resources (updated frequently):

    Schools in 61 of 64 parishes are serving as feeding sites to provide meals to children during school closures. This list is subject to change as resources and information become more available. US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced proactive flexibilities to allow meal service during school closures to minimize potential exposure to the coronavirus. During an unexpected school closure, schools can leverage their participation in one of USDA’s meal programs to provide meals at no cost to students. Under normal circumstances, those meals must be served in a group setting. However, in a public health emergency, the law allows USDA the authority to waive the group setting meal requirement, which is vital during a social distancing situation. Read: Louisiana Believes


    Tues. March 17. In response to COVID-19 pandemic, Senator Regina Barrow along with several colleagues are partnering with McDonald’s and EBR School System to provide free lunch meals to students in the Glen Oaks and Scotlandville communities. Meals will be available at noon tomorrow, March 17 at Glen Oaks High School, 6650 Cedar Glen Dr and Scotlandville PreEngineering Middle Magnet School, 9147 Elm Grove Drive. For more info call 225-359-9400. Barrow thanks  McDonald’s, EBR School System, Sen. Cleo Fields, Reps. Barbara W Carpenter, C. Denise Marcelle, Edmond Jordan, Ted James, Larry Selders and Eugene Rico Williams.


    Starting Wed., March 18. The EBRPSS’s Child Nutrition Department will be serving free, grab-n-go breakfast and lunch at seven school sites beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Grab-N-Go breakfast and lunch will be served at:

    Grab-N-Go breakfast and lunch will be served at the following schools:

    1. Northeast Elementary
    2. Progress Elementary
    3. Woodlawn Elementary
    4. Wildwood Elementary
    5. Capitol Middle
    6. McKinley Middle
    7. Park Forest Middle

    While supplies last, families will be able to pick up pre-packaged breakfast and lunches for children 18 years of age and younger, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on weekdays during the mandated school closure period (March 16, 2020 – April 13, 2020). At least one child must be present in order to receive school meals. ONLINE: ebrschools.org/child-nutrition.


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    Clever software updated to aid student at-home learning

    K-12 school students and others using the school-based Clever software will find a new section of applications to help students continue studies while schools are closed. Under the Core Instructional Resources for COVID-19 section within the student’s individual Clever account, students and parents will find grade-level and curriculum-specific applications, lessons, and videos to continue academic work. Teachers have access to modify and enhance their class assignments for students to complete. Because teachers and school systems are adjusting to online teaching modules, assignments may not be posted. Students can begin self-guided work within Clever under the K-12 Learning at Home Resources application which has daily exercises. Students login at www.clever.com with their school-assigned account they received at the beginning of the year. The apps are setup to begin where teachers left off at closure. More than 32 million public school students nationwide are out of school due to public health concerns around the spread of the coronavirus.

    #Community-La @thedrumnews

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    EBR Parish Library updates hours, cancellations due to public health concerns

    As of Monday, March 16, all 14 East Baton Rouge Parish Library locations will observe modified hours due to public health concerns:

     

    Monday through Saturday

    Open 10 am until 12:30 pm

    Closed 12:30 – 2:30 pm for cleaning

    Reopen 2:30 until 6 pm

    Sunday

    Open 3 until 6 pm

     

    This will allow staff to perform a substantial cleaning at more frequent intervals.

    Telephone assistance to help with renewals, holds, reference and information requests, and technical support with accessing the Digital Library will be available at normal service hours at each location. Library Information Service is available at 225-231-3750. Hours and locations are listed on the website.

     

    Drive-through Pickup/Drop Off windows are available during normal service hours at the Main Library on Goodwood, 7711 Goodwood Blvd. as well as at the Fairwood Branch Library, 12910 Old Hammond Highway. Drop-off boxes at all branches are still available.

     

    The Library offers thousands of online resources available in its Digital Library for patrons who wish to maintain social distancing during this time. E-books, e-magazines, e-audiobooks, streaming media including music, films, documentaries, and concerts are freely available to any patron with a current East Baton Rouge Parish Library card. www.ebrpl.com/digital.html.

     

    Special resources designed for young children include: Miss Humblebee’s Academy; Pebble Go; Sesame Street E-books; Early World of Learning; Scholastic Watch and Learn.

     

    Additionally; Children’s Services staff maintains a curated list of suggested sites on their home page: www.ebrpl.com/Kids/index.html including Fun Stuff for Kids, Preschool Resources, Museums with “digital” tours, Parenting info, and of course, homework help.

     

    Library staff have also created and posted more than 40 Bedtime Storytime videos on their Facebook Page, accessible from the Library Kids Page or viawww.facebook.com/EBRPLKids.

     

    Fun Resources geared to elementary students include: Tumble Books; Tumble Book Cloud Jr; Tumble Math; Pebble Go Next; Abdo Zoom; Scholastic Flix Collection: ScienceFlix; TrueFlix; BookFlix; and FreedomFlix; Muzzy Language Learning; OverDrive eReading Room.

     

    Resources geared especially to teens include: TeenBookCloud; OverDrive; Kanopy

     

    Homework Help for all ages:

     

    SPECIAL INTEREST: Brain HQ; CreativeBug; AtoZ World Food; Mango Languages; Pronunciator; Signing Savvy; Hobbies and Craft Reference Center; Home Improvement Reference Center; HeritageQuest; Fold 3; Baton Rouge Digital Archives.

     

    Many Library programs, public meetings and events been canceled. The Library’sonline calendar will be updated frequently to indicate any new cancellations.

     

    Tools and resources on the coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the Infoguide at ebrpl.libguides.com/coronavirus.

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    Misconceptions Blacks have about Coronavirus

    BlackNews.com reports the top 11 most common misconceptions that many in the Black community have:

    #1 – Black People Can’t Get It: This is simply not true. To date, at least three African American NBA players have contracted the virus. In addition, several African nations including Rwanda, Nigeria, and Kenya have all reported individuals who have tested positive for the viral. Therefore, Black people are not immune to the virus.

    #2 – Vodka Kills the Virus: Most vodka brands are only 40 percent alcohol, and that is not high enough to effectively kill microbes. The CDC recommends using handsaniter that contains at least 60 percent alcohol.

    #3 - You Need Health Insurance to Be Tested: Definitely not true. The U.S. government has mandated free testing to all individuals who have the symptoms of Coronavirus. All hospitals are required to comply, but not all hospitals may have enough test kits. In addition, there may be a long waiting line to get tested.

    #3 – You Should Call 911 If You Have the Symptoms: Unless you are suffering from an immediate life-threatening emergency, you should not call 911. You should, however, call your doctor and/or visit your local hospital’s emergency room if you are not feeling well. Those who have questions or confusion about the virus can also visit CoronaVirusHelpline.org or call the toll-free Coronavirus Helpline at (888) 581-5029 for more information.

    #4 – The Flu is More Dangerous: This also is not true. Although it is true that last year more than 60,000 people died from the flu. The Coronavirus has been proven to be more contagious, more deadly, and also more misunderstand. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), less than 1% of people who typically contract the flu die from it, but so far, about 3.4% of those who have contracted Coronavirus have died.

    #6 – You Must Have Multiple Symptoms: This also is not correct. Many individuals who have tested positive for the Coronavirus have only been found to have just one of the major symptoms. According to the Washington State Dept of Health, those symptoms are shortness of breath, cough OR fever.

    #7 – Only Elderly People Die From It: While it is true that people age 60 and over are more likely to contract and die from the virus, younger people must also exercise plenty of caution. The truth is that many patients that are age 22-59 are also being affected. South Korea reported 2,718 cases among patients under the age of 30.

    #8 – All Chinese People Have the Coronavirus: Again, not true. It is true that the virus originated in China, but this does not mean that all Chinese people are infected nor does it justify any type of racial discrimination against people from China or Chinese-owned businesses. Remember that many Chinese Americans have never even been to China.

    #9 – There is a Cure: Currently, there is no cure or medical treatment available for those who contract the virus. Depending on the location, if a person tests positive for the virus, he or she will be quarantined and/or sent home and encouraged to self-quarantine. Drinking plenty of water, eating healthy foods with high nutrients, and taking immune-building vitamins are encouraged.

    #10 – You Should Stock Up on Water and Toilet Tissue: No government agency has ever made this suggestion. This is a panic reaction from the general population. The truth is that by being inside a grocery store or big box retailer trying to hoard items like this, you are only increasing the chances of being exposed to someone who could be infected and may not even know it.

    #11 – All Travel Has Been Banned: As of March 16, 2020, no type of domestic travel has been restricted. However, the U.S. government has initiated several international travel bans to many countries in Asia and Europe. Most of these travel bans, however, do not affect American citizens but affect non-U.S. citizens.

    Those with more questions about the virus are encouraged to visit black boy w women and medicineCoronaVirusHelpline.org or call the toll-free Coronavirus Helpline at (888) 581-5029 for more information.

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