As the Bay Area, the United States and the world grapple with the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus and the COVID-19 disease it causes, good information — just like virus test kits — can often seem in short supply. With that in mind, KQED reporters have been working hard to find and compile the most valuable, credible and practical information available to help keep you safe, informed and relatively calm. From your most frequently asked questions about the virus to school closures and concert cancellations, here are five guides related to the outbreak.
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