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mascherina lavabile, CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FOX HEALTH NEWSLETTER “Many viruses circulate each year causing illness in the United States. To prevent such illness, covering coughs and sneezes, staying home when sick, and washing hands are very important. This is true for everything from the common cold to new viruses such as the Wuhan coronavirus,” Dr. H. Keipp B. Talbot, secretary of NFID, said in a statement. “This is also a good reminder as flu has caused over 15 million illnesses, over 7 million medical visits, and over 8,000 deaths in the United States this season,” added Talbot.

mascherina lavabile - FLIGHT WITH AMERICANS EVACUATED FROM CHINA OVER CORONAVIRUS LANDS AT MILITARY BASE IN CALIFORNIA Both NFID doctors stressed the importance of the flu vaccine — reminding others to get the shot “immediately” if they haven’t already. It’s worth noting that the number of cases confirmed in mainland China has now surpassed those that were sickened during a SARS outbreak in 2002-2003. However, the coronavirus death toll still remains lower than the 348 people in China who were killed by SARS.

mascherina lavabile, More than 200 Americans from Wuhan, China arrive in Riverside, California; William La Jeunesse reports. You may not want to toast to this. MAN ATTEMPTS TO REGISTER BEER AS HIS EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL According to recent Internet search results, some people are apparently confusing coronavirus — a pneumonia-like illness that has sickened around 6,000 and killed more than 130 — with Corona, the light Mexican pale lager. Although Anheuser-Busch InBev, a manufacturer of Corona, did not immediately respond to a request for comment, it is safe to say the beer is not associated with the coronavirus outbreak. (2013 Getty Images)

mascherina lavabile - As seen in a Google Trends graph first shared by BoingBoing, there has been a major spike in searches for “Corona beer virus” in North America, Brazil, Australia and parts of Asia and Europe, suggesting people are concerned about whether or not the beverage is to blame for the recent viral outbreak. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Fortunately, at least one Twitter user was there to help clear up the confusion with a helpful graph. Anheuser-Busch InBev, which counts Corona among its brands, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the confusion, although it's safe to say that Corona — which is indeed a beer, and not a respiratory illness — is not associated with the coronavirus outbreak.

mascherina lavabile - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER To protect yourself against the virus, the CDC recommends washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and to avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with dirty hands. Also, avoid close contact with sick people and cover your nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS However, the CDC did not specifically disclose if drinking beer was a preventative measure.