Sunday, May 31, 2020

COVID-19 Links

SWAB TEST. Patient and medical
supervisor preparing for a COVID-19
 nasal swab test. Image created
 by Russell Tate. Submitted for United
Nations Global Call Out To Creatives
 - help stop the spread of COVID-19.
So much has happened since COVID-19 has brought the world to its knees. Here are some links on COVID-19. 

Stay safe. 

#thefrontstepsproject The idea is to take pictures of families on their front porches during the shelter in place in exchange for a donation to a local business. Local photographers participated in the project.

A very insightful article on grief that is related to COVID-19.

How to make a family handprint keepsake during this pandemic.

An article addressing anxiety, sleeplessness and forgetfulness during this pandemic and help with coping.

Here is another article that shares some health and wellness activities that anyone can do during challenging times. Tips from how to sleep better, exercise and eat well are only a few topics it touches on. 

A message from former president George W. Bush on the pandemic that is heartfelt and somber.

Covid-19 Survivor story and how remdesivir might have saved him. Here is a video interview as well that was aired on News 4.

An article on why giving back matters more now than ever.

Coronavirus poem, You Clap for Me Now, on discrimination and immigration.

A very special and appropriate poem for this shelter in place time by a dear friend of mine.

How to volunteer in your pajamas during this pandemic.

A YouTube video I did on how to deal with feelings connected to COVID-19.

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