West Virginia hotline
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has an informational hotline to address public and medical provider questions and concerns regarding COVID-19. The toll-free hotline – 1-800-887-4304 – is available 24/7 to provide accurate information about COVID-19, the risk to the public, and the state’s response.
WVU Medicine Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry: Coping with COVID-19
Fear and anxiety about COVID-19 can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. The experts at WVU Medicine Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry have compiled some resources and tips to support community members. View the Coping with COVID-19 page.
WVU Medicine Children’s: Resources for parents
The experts at WVU Medicine Children’s have put together several downloadable resources and videos that cover wide range of child-related questions and concerns that parents, guardians, and caregivers may have during this this difficult time. New resources are updated regularly on this page. View the parent resources page.
WVU Medicine video resource library
To help ensure the continued health and safety of our community, we have put together a series of educational videos featuring WVU Medicine experts covering a wide range of COVID-19-related topics. View the full video library here.
COVID-19 – What We’ve Learned: As the pandemic enters its tenth month and its worst surge, we’ve learned a lot about this virus that we didn’t know at the outset. For example, did you know men are more susceptible to COVID-19 than women? Infectious Disease specialist Kathy Moffett, MD, explains that and more of what we’ve learned.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- People who need to take extra precautions
- How it spreads
- How to protect yourself and others
- Daily life and coping
- What to do if you are sick
- Reducing stigma
- Frequently asked questions
West Virginia University
- WVU News
- Online testing centers map
- How to talk with your children about COVID-19