General Information – Symptoms

As of 12/15/20 Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. The most common initial symptoms are fever, fatigue, and dry cough. However, nasal congestion, runny nose, conjunctivitis (red eyes), diarrhea (present in children more than adults), muscle or joint pain, chills or dizziness, and decreased or inability to smell or taste can also be Read more…

Pregnancy – Prenatal Care

As of 2/28/21 There are helpful resources for individuals with barriers to healthcare access in other sections of this website (testing under “Health Info”, and many under “Communities”) that can also apply to mothers-to-be. Note that Bread for the City (free COVID-19 testing and free primary care) does not offer Read more…

Pregnancy – Stress & Anxiety

As of 2/28/21 Particularly during a pandemic, it is important to stay both physically and mentally healthy. If you are feeling stress, anxiety, or depression, talk to your healthcare provider and refer to the CDC’s recommendations about coping strategies for anxiety and depression during and after pregnancy. There are many resources Read more…

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