Stanford Medicine COVID-19
It’s time to get a flu shot. In a Q&A, Shanthi Kappagoda, MD, clinical associate professor of infectious diseases, explains why it’s especially important to be vaccinated this year.
- What are COVID-19 symptoms?
- What do I do if I feel sick?
- When should I get tested?
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention protocols can be found here.
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What’s the status of the Pandemic?
Data come from European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control for international case data and The New York Times for domestic US case data, sourced from Tableau Coronavirus data hub.
Data captures case numbers for every day from December 31, 2019 to present. Dashboards refreshed daily by 2 p.m. PT.
Data displayed may not always match reports from government agency sources as their numbers can change due to retroactive updates and reclassification of cases.
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