Rossen Responds: Your coronavirus questions answered

Is it safe to use a swimming pool? Should we be making our own face masks?


We know you have a lot of questions about the coronavirus. Each day, we'll seek to answer them, by consulting our database of experts to get you accurate information on a range of topics. Check back tomorrow for another round. Submit a question of your own here.

Is it safe to use a swimming pool? Should we be making our own face masks? And, if you encounter someone who has been tested for the virus and they're still waiting for results, should you be concerned? Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and public health professor at George Washington University, answers those questions from viewers in the video above.

In the video below, Dr. Wen answers: How does the coronavirus affect pregnant women? Can ibuprofen worsen symptoms? Can the virus be transmitted by mail?

Dr. Oz answers the following viewer questions for us, in the video below: With temperatures warming, will the virus die out? Is it a good idea to wear latex gloves? Is it safe for children to visit their grandparents? Can pets get the virus, or should you worry about petting animals? Find the answers to these questions in the video below.

How long does it take to recover from COVID-19? Are you immune after you do recover? Does vinegar kill the virus? And, can registered nurses work in any state because of the national emergency? We get experts to answer all those questions, in the video below.