Category: physical distancing

Headed Out? How to Stay Healthy When Running Essential Errands

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Millions of people living in the United States are being told to stay at home to help slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). While these stay at home orders can be different by state (contact yours to learn more about the order where you live), the message is the same—avoid travel, needless shopping trips, and Read More >

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We the People: How to Create Community in an Emergency

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Creating community is important to building resilience to a public health emergency, but it can be incredibly difficult to do in a pandemic. On its surface, the idea of coming together to prepare and build resilience contradicts CDC’s guidance to put distance between yourself and other people (i.e., physical distancing). However, there are less traditional Read More >

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Physical Distancing & the Joy of Joining In

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  Physical distancing is the act of avoiding crowded places and putting space between yourself and others. In practical terms, it means staying at home (mostly) and away from public places, such as restaurants, where people get together. It’s a prescription that goes double for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick Read More >

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