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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society has posted information on Covid-19 Coronavirus for those living with Multiple Sclerosis.

Click here to see the link

Further the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America has provided excellent advice here
 
They also have a great article in their MS Focus magazine on Coping With The Emotional,
Physical and Mental Effects of the Pandemic

Can Do MS offers the following excellent FAQ for MS Patients
 
What to know about MS and Covid-19 from MSLifelines

A 40 year old woman with MS taking Tysabri recovered from Covid-19. Story here.
 
A young woman with MS tells her story about having Covid-19 at this link on Healthline
 
How has Coronavirus affected MS patient care?
 
As a caregiver..How to help loved ones with MS during the outbreak.
 
Covid-19 Preventative measures article from Neurology Live
 
Am I at risk if I am taking a certain DMT..nice graph here.
 
Mellen Center Phone Line
The Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Research at the Cleveland Clinic has set up a hotline for people with MS and providers who have questions concerning COVID-19. 
 
The Mellen Center COVID-19 Hotline can be reached at (216) 445-9855 and is staffed 8am to 6pm Monday – Friday.  
 
Calls outside of those hours will be returned the next business day. The Mellen Center has established a COVID-19 registry for people with MS for the purposes of collecting data concerning 
1) approaches being used to avoid coronavirus infection, 
2) identifying risk factors for COVID-19 outcomes, 
3) the range of COVID-19 symptoms and outcomes, and 
4) the effects of COVID-19 on MS. 
People with MS calling the Mellen Center COVID-19 Hotline will be offered the opportunity to participate in the study. The Mellen Center also is collaborating with the COViMS North American registry organized by the National MS Society and Consortium of MS Centers to better understand COVID-19 outcomes in a larger population.