How to Help Others & Protect Yourself During Coronavirus

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A few weeks ago, when you thought about what you’d be doing in the middle of March, it probably wasn’t dealing with what’s now been declared a global pandemic. But amidst COVID-19 outbreaks across the country, we’re now navigating a new reality consuming our day-to-day lives.

Every day, new information—and consequently, more misinformation—is being spread about coronavirus, just how bad it is, and what we should be doing to prevent it from getting worse. 

Amidst offices closing down, schools and colleges initiating temporary shutdowns, and the media being completely consumed with COVID-19, there’s a lot to comprehend—but the most important thing is to protect yourself for the time being. Here are things you can do to help yourself and others during the coronavirus outbreak:


1. Don’t panic

Fear is natural and completely understandable during this time; but it’s…

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