COVID-19 Health Library

The following coronavirus (COVID-19) resources offer the latest guidance from our team of Brigham Health experts to help you and your family stay safe during the outbreak.

Learn how to prevent infection and what to do if you get sick. If you’re pregnant, an older adult or live with a chronic health condition, our health care providers address your unique concerns. We also understand many people are grappling with the sudden changes and stresses caused by the outbreak and offer mental health resources to help you navigate this challenging time.

Chronic Health Conditions

If you have a chronic health condition, you may be at increased risk for severe complications from COVID-19. You also may be more likely to need care in a hospital if you get sick. Here’s how to stay healthy.

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What Older Adults Need to Know About the Coronavirus

According to the CDC, adults who are 65 and older are at a higher risk for severe illness and hospitalization from COVID-19 infection. If you’re an older adult or caring for someone who is elderly, learn what you can do to help prevent illness.

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COVID-19 and Pregnancy

If you’re pregnant or thinking about getting pregnant, you may be concerned about how COVID-19 infection may affect your pregnancy.

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Think You Have Coronavirus?

If you think you have COVID-19 infection, here's what you need to know about getting medical care and preventing the spread of infection to others.

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Self-Care Tips

Managing stress is important for people with inflammatory disease or stress-linked conditions under any circumstance, but especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Thank You To Our COVID-19 Supporters

We are grateful to our generous donors for helping us care for patients and families, protect our staff on the frontlines, and fuel innovation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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