How do people become infected with COVID-19?
The virus is most commonly spread through respiratory droplets between people who are in close contact — within about 6 feet of each other. Respiratory droplets are produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can be inhaled into the lungs or land on the skin of someone nearby who then spreads it when they touch their face or mouth. While reports of spread occurring from people without symptoms has been reported, this is believed to be uncommon.
 CDC Coronavirus Disease and You- Key Facts. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/share-facts.html
Other questions related to Coronavirus and COVID-19
- What about pregnant women? Should they get vaccinated?
- Can people who are vaccinated still spread COVID-19 to others? For example, is there a chance they "carry" the infection but wouldn't know?
- How many shots do I need to get in total?
- Can children get the vaccine or just adults at this time?
- How can I tell if I have COVID-19?
- What does the vaccine actually mean for changes for daily life? Still wear a mask and keep distance?
- How will vaccines be distributed? Just hospitals and maybe CVS/Walgreens/pharmacies because of the cold temperature requirement?
- How dangerous is COVID-19?
- How can I protect myself from getting COVID-19?
- Who should be tested for COVID-19?