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A Message on COVID-19

24 Mar 2020, 19:00 UTC
A Message on COVID-19
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By JoEllen McBride and Katie Eckert We realize this message comes late in the COVID-19 pandemic and there have already been many posts by those more qualified to write about viruses and pandemics. But we wanted to reach out to our community as the virus continues to spread. Like us, you may be worried about your health, the health of your family and friends (near and far), your jobs and research, figuring out working from home potentially on top of caring for children or parents, the general state of the country and the world. We encourage you to do what you need to stay safe. In this era of social distancing and shelter-in-place orders, we have put below some suggestions for staying connected, keeping engaged, and entertaining children. We welcome your suggestions (please comment below), which we add to the list below. If you have other concerns, please reach out to wia-blog AT lists.aas.org. SLOOH free webcasts https://www.fi.edu/your-brain/interactives Skype a Scientist Live Animal Cams Virtual theater, museum tours, zoos, and more! Audible free kids books Free Amazon Kids Shows At Home Environmental Activities Free Movement classes on Instagram Kennedy Space Center Disney Imagineer Box Facebook Live Classes by Crunch Fitness-Round ...

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