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What’s fueling the coronavirus’ spread, and what can be done about it? What do the experts know, and what don’t they? How can you protect yourself — and your loved ones, your finances, your travel plans and your sanity?

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Diya Chacko
Diya Chacko
(Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times)

I’m Diya Chacko, an L.A. Times audience engagement editor and former health reporter and editor. Before arriving at The Times, I ran a team of health and environment reporters at the Southern California News Group. In 2010, I covered the rollout of the Affordable Care Act in Los Angeles.

Got questions about the coronavirus outbreak? Email me, and I’ll share them with our reporters, editors and the health experts we’re talking to. You can also find me on Twitter.


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