HHS Office on Women's Health Updates on COVID-19

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Update from the Office on Women's Health

Update From the Office on Women's Health

During the COVID-19 outbreak, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health is sharing information to keep you and your loved ones healthy and safe. This issue will focus on how you can help slow the spread, who is most at risk for having complications from COVID-19, and what you can do to protect your health.



15 Days To Slow the Spread

Earlier this month, the President of the United States issued guidelines to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  By following the simple steps below, you can help make this happen. To learn more about the guidance and other things you can do to prevent yourself from getting sick, visit: www. Coronavirus.gov

COVID-19 Do Your Part- President Guidelines

Who Is Most At Risk?

Older Adults video

Older Adults

Watch this video as Dr. Jay C. Butler, MD, Deputy Director of Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, talks about what older adults can do to protect themselves.


Pregnant Woman

 Pregnant or Breastfeeding Women 

Here's what you need to know

Tips to Prevent COVID-19 while Pregnant or Breastfeeding




People with Chronic Conditions

COVID-19 can affect your respiratory tract (nose, throat, lungs), cause an asthma attack, and possibly lead to pneumonia. If you or someone you know has asthma, here's what you should know about staying healthy.

  How to Prevent COVID-19 If You Have Asthma

For more information, visit: People At Higher Risk for Complications from COVID-19

Protecting Your Health During Social Distancing

During social distancing and isolation, people may feel a number of emotions that can have impact on their overall health and wellness. To help protect your personal health during the COVID-19 outbreak, check out these resources:

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