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Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

The CDC just made a shocking change to its coronavirus guidelines for travel

August 25th, 2020

Coronavirus travel restrictions may still be in place for certain destinations, but the CDC no longer recommends a 14-day self-quarantine period after domestic or international travel, even when traveling to and from regions with high COVID-19 transmission rates. The CDC’s updated guidelines provide information on how to protect yourself during travel, what measures to take …

peach recall

Peaches sold at Aldi stores may be tainted with salmonella

August 20th, 2020

Peaches sold in Aldi stores under the name Wawona are being recalled over confirmed salmonella contamination. Dozens of people have reportedly fallen ill with salmonella infections after eating the peaches, and 14 of those individuals have had to be hospitalized. If you have any of the tainted peaches you are advised to throw them out …

Salmonella Outbreak

A salmonella outbreak across 15 states has left investigators confused

July 23rd, 2020

The CDC is investigating a salmonella outbreak currently impacting 15 states. The first salmonella infection was reported in July and has since seen 125 people fall ill. The CDC has yet to trace back the source of infection to a specific food, grocery store, or restaurant chain. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) …

CDC coronavirus guidance

The CDC just made coronavirus self-isolation slightly less terrible

July 20th, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released updated guidance last Friday for coronavirus patients who are self-isolating at home as they recover. The CDC previously recommended that anyone with symptoms should stay home for 10 days and then wait at least 72 hours after their fever had subsided to leave isolation, but now …

Coronavirus Update CDC

CDC director just said something terrible that no American wants to hear

July 15th, 2020

With fall about two months away, CDC director Robert Redfield believes the cold weather will usher in “one of the most difficult times in American health.” The coronavirus is still surging across a majority of U.S. states, with new case numbers reaching astronomical daily totals. A potential coronavirus vaccine from Moderna has shown promise in …