Russo Outlines Steps to Take if Someone in Your Apartment Building Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Updated March 31, 2020

Articles about the chances of people living in apartment buildings contracting COVID-19 quote Thomas A. Russo, MD, professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases. “Theoretically if someone is infected we are pretty confident as long as the person stays in the room the risk [of transmission] should be low,” Russo said. If you feel sick, “you need to go ahead and stay in the house … you should not go out unless you have no other options.”