Frequently Asked Questions About Coronavirus
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- How is COVID-19 treated?
- What are the symptoms of Coronavirus?
- What are the symptoms of COVID-19 vs allergies and the flu?
- What are the differences between social distancing, quarantine, and isolation?
- If someone in my household is quarantined, are we all quarantined?
- How do I care for someone who is sick?
- What is close contact?
- What is the amount of time for quarantine?
- When should I call 911?
- Can I get advice online?
- How do I contact the screening hotline?
- Should I wear a mask?
- What does "public outbreak" mean?
- What are the benefits of getting the vaccine?
- How do I sign up to get the vaccine?
- Can children be vaccinated for COVID-19?
- How many doses are needed?
- How do I get scheduled for my second dose/ "booster"?
- What are the side effects of the vaccine?
- Is the vaccine safe?
- Where will the shots be administered?
- I don't have a car, how can I get to the vaccine clinic?
- Do people who get the vaccine still have to wear masks?
- What are the differences between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines?
- How can I get tested?
- How will I be notified of test results?
- Do you have to have a fever to get tested?
- What testing facilities are available in Kansas?
- How long do test results take?
- Is Riley County testing for antibodies?
- What are the KDHE guidelines for testing?
- What do I do after I get tested?
- Do I have to quarantine after I get tested?