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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Below is a compilation of questions posed by our membership, in their words with answers provided by our Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ku. We hope you find this information helpful as we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click on the tab feature to view the entire response.

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Prevent and Protect



  • What are considered “hot spots?”

    This changes hour by hour, but New York is one of the biggest hot spots in the country, and certain parts of California are considered hot spots as well. Other hot spots include foreign countries that are on level 3 or above travel bans and much of Europe. The best thing to do is check the news of the area you traveled to or are currently in to figure out if there's been a lot of community spread. This information is usually posted on your local county’s Public Health Department website.

  • If my boyfriend traveled back from the Netherlands 8 days ago, should he get tested? He didn’t have contact with anyone that had it.

    If he isn’t showing symptoms, he probably won’t get tested. We’re prioritizing testing to those that show symptoms within 14 days. If he develops symptoms in the next 6 days, then yes, he should get tested. Knowing what we know about transmission without symptoms, it’s probably a good idea to stay home as much as possible just in case you have been infected.

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