There is a lot of information (and misinformation) going around about the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, its risks and treatments. The good news is that businesses and organizations are taking the virus very seriously and being cautious.
Most hospitals, nursing homes and senior living facilities have changed their visiting guidelines. Many events have been postponed or cancelled. And a lot of community centers and businesses have closed temporarily or put restrictions in place. This is all in an effort to contain the virus.
Where to find out what’s happening in Atlanta
While we do our best to keep updated info on our site, things are changing quickly. However, you can keep up with the latest news through the websites of our sister publications, Atlanta INtown—atlantaintownpaper.com—and Reporter Newspapers—reporternewspapers.net.
We also suggest that you be proactive. Check store, restaurant or event websites, or call first, to see if they’re open and going on as planned.
Where to find out about Coronavirus
When it comes to info about COVID-19, it’s best to trust the experts. They have the latest info on the virus, along with details on symptoms and treatment. We suggest:
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: cdc.gov
- National Institutes of Health: nih.gov
- World Health Organization: who.int
Please heed the advice from healthcare professionals. We send our best wishes to all our readers and hope everyone will stay safe and healthy.