There are safer ways to do trick-or-treating than going door-to-door, health officials say.
Last month, the CDC updated its guidance and then removed it. Now it's back up – sort of.
An outdoor dinner with a small group is considered a moderate-risk activity.
The survey was aimed at learning more about COVID-19's spread in Minnesota.
Trick-or-treating safe? About that...
Scientists have said the virus can spread via aerosol transmission, but the CDC and WHO's guidance on the virus did not reflect that.
The MDH wants asymptomatic people who may have been exposed to get tested.
It's an extremely rare condition, with between 0-11 cases in Minnesota each year since 2014.
Underlying medical conditions, especially diabetes, are common among people who died with the coronavirus.
The study doesn't come without faults, though there is enough info to suggest symptoms can be worse for pregnant women.
The CDC is urging Americans to wear fabric masks in places where it's hard to maintain distance from others.
The mandatory screening for 26 of 28 countries didn't begin until March 14.
The virus is spreading, but you shouldn't panic – just be prepared.
Romaine lettuce from Salinas, CA, is the culprit.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating.
But overall, cancer is less common in those areas.