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COVID-19 Resources by James Pickard
Video consultations with your general practitioner are a viable means for maintaining continuity of care for at-risk groups. In general practice this means using a web platform, similar to Skype, but utilizing secure technology that protects patient confidentiality.
What exactly does “social distancing,” “self-quarantine” and “flattening the curve” mean, and how might it apply to you, your family and your community? This health website from John Hopkins Medicine helps clarify these concepts so you can understand better why they are being recommended.
Bored at home? Here is a list of 100 things to do while stuck at home social distancing From riding roller coasters and checking out museums (virtually of course), you can take classes, learn a craft, cooking, organize your closets and many more ideas, with resources included.
How do you date when you are social distancing? NPR hosted an interview with tips on socializing long distance – from greeting friends to dating. Learn the best way to start or keep a relationship going and stay healthy in the process.
Here is the latest guidance from the CDC and John Hopkins experts on measures to curtail the coronavirus outbreak. It explains in detail what social distancing is and how it helps stop the spread when we all work together.