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CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES: What you need to know to prevent the spread

A pediatrics office in the Quad Cities has announced new criteria they have received from the...
A pediatrics office in the Quad Cities has announced new criteria they have received from the health department regarding patients. This is in reference to the new coronavirus, COVID-19. Officials with Quad Cities Pediatrics posted to Facebook on Monday saying with identifying factors are asked to call the office instead of just bringing their child to the office. (MGN Image)(KWQC)
Published: Mar. 11, 2020 at 9:16 AM CDT
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We want to keep you safe as the coronavirus quickly spreads across the United States.

Here are some resources to keep you updated on the spreads.

MISSOURI CORONAVIRUS HOTLINE: The state Department of Health and Senior Services said residents and medical providers needing advice on the virus can call 877-435-8411 at any time on any day.

MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is updating cases and threats across the state. Click

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ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: The Arkansas Department of Health is updating cases and threats across the Natural State. Click

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CDC: The Centers for Disease Control is Atlanta is on the frontlines of the battle to prevent the spread of coronavirus. It offers guidance for you and your business. Click

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH: Dr. Tony Fauci is the director. He is the most respected on the virus as well as other issues. Click

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION: The World Health Organization just labeled the coronavirus as a pandemic. It has been tracking the virus since it first showed up in Wuhan, China on December 31. Click

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KY3.COM COVERAGE: Get the latest stories, both locally and nationally.

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Simple preventive actions that help prevent the spread of all types of respiratory viruses include:

· Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

· Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

· Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.