Pass the time at home
We’re all stuck inside, staring longingly out the window, slowly succumbing to cabin fever. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of free entertainment to take your mind off the news.
Via: These Services are Free (or Discounted) Due to Coronavirus | Wirecutter
#stayhome #entertainment #diversion
I know there is some confusion about what to do next in the midst of this unprecedented time of a pandemic, school closures, and widespread social disruption. As a primary care physician and public health leader, I have been asked by a lot of people for my opinion, and I will provide it below based on the best information available to me today. These are my personal views, and my take on the necessary steps ahead.
What I can clearly say is that what we do, or don’t do, over the next week will have a massive impact on the local and perhaps national trajectory of coronavirus. We are only about 11 days behind Italy and generally on track to repeat what is unfortunately happening there and throughout much of the rest of Europe very soon.
via: Social Distancing: This is Not a Snow Day | Ariadne Labs
A couple of weeks ago, as the possibility of the looming coronavirus pandemic began to settle in for most Americans, many people started preparing to ward off the virus by thinking about personal hygiene. Because advice about the efficacy of hand-washing and personal sanitization came early, Americans invaded big-box stores across the country to stock up on hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, cans of Lysol, and, for some reason, bales and bales of toilet paper. Feeling ready to clean up after yourself is pretty easy.
via: The Coronavirus: How to Get Food Safely – The Atlantic
#food #delivery #stayhome
Experts say people gathering together during this pandemic are “playing with fire.”
Via: Dear Tampa Bay: Social distancing doesn’t mean socializing while staying 6 feet apart
#stayhome #properdistance #socialdistancing