The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved the use of Lysol's disinfectant spray to protect against COVID-19.
As parts of Los Angeles are starting to open, there's a new order in place from the LA County Department of Public Health indicating masks have to be worn whenever you leave your house, with few exceptions. But, some people are confused as to what that exactly means. FOX 11's Tony McEwing spoke exclusively with Dr. Barbara Ferrer on Good Day LA Friday morning to help clear up some questions:
Nearly 33.5 million Americans have lost their jobs and applied for unemployment benefits in the past 7 weeks — a stunning record high that reflects the near-complete shutdown of the U.S. economy.
While shelter-in-place orders and proper hygiene and sanitation can lower your chances of getting COVID-19, there are other ways to protect yourself. You can boost your immune system to help fight off illness. Adding certain foods and supplements can do that. Your chances of fighting off the virus are greater is you are healthier.
The City of Los Angeles has enacted renter protections to help residents stay in their homes. But, many renters have questions on how that will work since they worry about being evicted.
People everywhere are searching for answers to bring an end to the COVID-19 pandemic. One term that is being thrown around a lot is "herd immunity." So what exactly is it? Will it protect us from the deadly disease? Los Angeles Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer stopped by Good Day LA Friday to answer those questions.
The Centers for Disease Control has tripled the number of symptoms that could be indicators of coronavirus, including muscle pain, headache and new loss of taste or smell.
Exercising and eating right are vital.
You may have seen Dr. Gadget on FOX 11 News often giving away big prizes to our viewers, but this time, he worked with several companies to arrange a $400,000 product donation to the city of Los Angeles.
The CDC offers steps on how to make your own cloth face covering, regardless of whether or not you know how to sew.
The Coronavirus has disrupted just about everything in our daily lives, including major milestones like weddings, bar mitzvah’s and more.
The FDA has authorized the first diagnostic test with a home collection option for COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.
The virus was found present on the floor in a hospital in China and on the soles of healthcare professionals, according to the study.
Here are a few tips to follow to keep you and the service provider safe during the outbreak.
Masks and gloves can protect you against contact with infectious materials. However, once contaminated, gloves can become a means for spreading infectious materials.
An expert tells us how to remain safe while grocery shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Congress decreed that employees on furlough do qualify for unemployment benefits.