Novel human coronavirus disease (COVID-19), now moving towards pandemic status, represents one of the great concerns of modern life – the rapid evolution of new human viruses that can be spread via the respiratory tract. As with other pathogens, physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and administrative staff can take tangible steps to help prevent the spread of disease that could harm our most vulnerable populations.
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