As we all look for a new normal amid novel coronavirus (COVID-19), there are things you and your family can do to stay safe. Below are recommendations and guidelines from UC Davis experts to help guide your decisions and keep you healthy.


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How to safely venture out in your town

Although businesses have started reopening, it's still important to keep everyone's safety in mind. Our experts have tips on how to safely grocery shop, as well as do's and don'ts for visiting the gym, restaurants, hair salons and more.


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Keeping your family healthy amid COVID-19

We are determined to help keep you and your family safe and healthy. Our experts have cautions when visiting older family members, guidelines on whether it's safe to go swimming, if your pets can transmit COVID-19, and tips for cleaning surfaces in your home and around town.


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Reopening schools and day cares amid COVID-19

Our chief of pediatric infectious diseases at UC Davis Children's Hospital offers health and safety measures schools should consider ahead of reopening. And find out if it's safe to send your children back to day care.



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We're open and ready to care for you

If you or a loved one need care, your health care team is here and ready. Telehealth video visits are an easy way to connect with your physician from the comfort of your home. For those who need to come to the hospital or our neighborhood clinics, we're taking steps to keep you and your family safe.


UC Davis experts discuss COVID-19 transmission, prevention and science

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Learn more about COVID-19 transmission, prevention and science

UC Davis experts discuss the latest in COVID-19 transmission on surfaces, the best material for cloth face coverings and how big of a role children play in spreading the virus.