Coronavirus FAQ: Doctor answers commonly Googled questions

With so much news around COVID-19, it's hard to keep track of the facts. ABC7 asked a doctor commonly Googled questions about the novel coronavirus to make sure you have the right information to keep yourself and the ones you love safe.

In the video above, Dr. John de Beixedon has answers to questions that include:

Why is it called COVID-19?
Is the coronavirus the same as SARS?
Is coronavirus airborne?
Who is most at risk for coronavirus?
How long does the coronavirus last on surfaces?
How long should I stay home in isolation if I have the coronavirus?

What is the risk of my child becoming sick with COVID-19?
Is headache a symptom of coronavirus?


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