COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease)
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Learn About COVID-19
Understand what COVID-19 is, how it affects your body and people who are at higher risk for severe illness.
We are all at risk for getting and spreading COVID-19. There are steps you can take to prevent yourself and others from getting sick.
Anyone can have mild to severe symptoms. Older adults and individuals of any age with underlying medical conditions, including some lung diseases, seem to be at higher risk for developing severe complications from COVID-19.
COVID-19 Testing and Diagnosis
There are two kinds of tests available to diagnose COVID-19: tests for current infection (viral tests) and tests for past infection (antibody tests).
Learn about treatment options and supportive care given to individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 and understand additional treatments to consider if you are at risk for severe illness.
Long COVID (Post COVID-19 Conditions)
While it has many names: post-COVID conditions, Long COVID, chronic COVID or COVID-19 long-haulers, indicate any combination of symptoms that occur four or more weeks after initial infection.
Controlling Chronic Lung Diseases Amid COVID-19
Having a chronic lung disease means that you are in the high-risk category for severe illness and complications from COVID-19.
The COVID-19 and Immunocompromised Connection
Moderately and severely immunocompromised people are more likely to become severely ill with COVID-19.
Kids and COVID-19
Get information on vaccine availability for children and read frequently asked questions about kids and COVID-19 vaccines.
Insurance Coverage and COVID-19
Get answers to common questions about health insurance coverage and COVID-19, such as testing and treatment and what to do if you need coverage.
COVID-19 Action Initiative
The American Lung Association launched a $25M initiative to end COVID-19 and defend against future respiratory virus pandemics.
COVID-19 Resources For Community
Get up-to-date, public health resources for your community and patients.