Some Commonly Asked Coronavirus Questions, Answered: Life Kit How can I tell the difference between allergies and coronavirus symptoms? Can you get coronavirus from food? Can I have people over? The coronavirus pandemic is causing lots of uncertainty about everyday life. In this episode, Life Kit host Allison Aubrey answers common questions about coronavirus. This was recorded March 17, 2020. Because the news is moving fast, check npr.org for the latest updates.
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Disrupted and Distanced: The Latest Advice On Navigating Coronavirus

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Disrupted and Distanced: The Latest Advice On Navigating Coronavirus

Disrupted and Distanced: The Latest Advice On Navigating Coronavirus

Disrupted and Distanced: The Latest Advice On Navigating Coronavirus

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How can I tell the difference between allergies and coronavirus symptoms? Can you get coronavirus from food? Can I have people over? The coronavirus pandemic is causing lots of uncertainty about everyday life. In this episode, Life Kit host Allison Aubrey answers common questions about coronavirus. This was recorded March 17, 2020. Because the news is moving fast, check npr.org for the latest updates.

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Navigating life during the coronavirus pandemic can be confusing. NPR's Life Kit answers questions about social distancing, sanitizing surfaces and how to tell the difference between allergies and symptoms of COVID-19.
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