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Use these resources to find news updates, safety guidelines and other information from Novant Health as well as state and national agencies working to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
These organizations are committed to helping you find reliable information and science-based research about the coronavirus, COVID-19 and other public health matters affecting our communities.
We’re learning more each day about what we can do to protect ourselves and loved ones as the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold. Find up-to-date information from Novant Health experts that you can use to make decisions about medical care and safety.
See what our experts have to say about your immune system, the current vaccines and the process for testing their safety.
Get up-to-date information to help you stay safe – and identify myths – as you plan your holiday celebration during the coronavirus and COVID-19 surge.
Immunizations are an easy and reliable way to protect children and adults from a range of serious illnesses and diseases that can cause disability or death.
The answer: maybe. How your face mask is made and the material used to make it are factors that determine whether it will be effective.
You can reduce your risk of having a weakened immune system by protecting yourself with a flu shot. There are other important reasons to get it.
COVID-19 is changing the rules for sports. Here’s what you need to know to keep your young athlete safe on the playing field.
There are plenty of rumors circulating about the COVID-19 vaccine. Take a closer look at the myths and whether there is evidence behind them.
A cough, fever and chills tell you something serious is happening with your health. Know the warning signs for a cold, flu and COVID-19.
We’re still learning about the coronavirus and whether we can use natural products to boost the protection our immune system provides.
Your gift will help us protect our clinical teams and ensure they remain ready to offer care in our communities. See how you can contribute.
Nights are longer and days are short. For some, that combination can cause isolation, restlessness and more. Try these techniques for relief.
There’s much more to learn about staying safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Find answers to your questions.