1440_405-1116_628-768_432

What Happens When a Person Gets COVID-19?


Posted in: English , Infographics

This blog was originally published on April 20. Because the situation surrounding COVID-19 is constantly evolving, some information may not be up to date. Stay informed by following information from your local officials and by visiting the CDC website.                                                                                                                                                                               

At this point, you know that COVID-19 is a major concern, but do you understand how this virus impacts the body? Learn what goes on within the body and why this virus can become so serious when it affects specific people.                                                           

Body Infographic

At St. Luke’s Health, we’re proud to be a community resource for developing information regarding the current pandemic situation. For up-to-date information and helpful resources, visit our COVID-19 Information Hub. You can also schedule a virtual visit with your Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group physician, helping you stay healthy while staying safe at home.

Recent Updates

Your guide to mesothelioma

JAN 25, 2022

Here’s everything you need to know about mesothelioma: from asbestos exposure to treatment.

Read More Additional information about Your guide to mesothelioma

Can you reverse heart conditions?

JAN 24, 2022

View tips from St. Luke’s Health on ways you can reverse common heart conditions, including hypertension, heart failure, etc. Learn more.

Read More Additional information about Can you reverse heart conditions?

Understanding the relationship between diabetes and heart disease

JAN 24, 2022

Did you know that having diabetes can double a person’s risk of heart disease? Learn how to protect your heart health today.

Read More Additional information about Understanding the relationship between diabetes and heart disease

Find a Doctor


Looking for a doctor? Perform a quick search by name or browse by specialty.