Coronavirus: Who is at risk?
Who is most at risk?
Young people, senior citizens and those with immune deficiencies could have an acute reaction if exposed to the virus.
Is it a threat to children?
One pediatrician said childrens' frequent exposure to seasonal illnesses could actually be protecting them from COVID-19.
Does it affect pregnant women?
The CDC said that while risk to the American public remains low at this time, pregnant women should continue to engage in usual preventative actions to avoid infection, such as washing hands often and avoiding contact with people who are sick.
How does coronavirus affect asthma sufferers?
It’s well known that other respiratory conditions, such as the common cold or flu, can trigger asthma symptoms, possibly leading to an asthma attack, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. But Is the same true for the novel coronavirus?
Prevention tips for people with chronic illness
Social distancing, hand-washing and avoiding those who are sick are among the top pieces of advice given to the general public, but for the immunocompromised, there are additional steps they can take.
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