I can reasonably say that 2020 is not going the way I expected it would as Jeanne and I rang in the new year in Savannah. We knew that there was an outbreak of a virus at the time, but I never dreamed it would lead the world to where we are today.
I hope you are all safe and following the recommendations of medical professionals who are telling us to practice social distancing for the immediate future until we get on the other side of the bell curve of infection. While the impacts on our economy, our jobs, our children, and our way of life have been profound, heeding the advice of medical experts may shorten our time in isolation. I have no idea what the new normal will be for all of us.
As part of my job, I have been keeping up with information on the spread of COVID-19 and the impact it is happening here in the United States and across the world. I am getting burned out on the 24-hour news cycle, so I have a list of websites that are providing information without all the hype. I am going to share some of them with you below.
State Health Departments:
And this is what we are doing where I work:
I am looking forward to the day when all these links will be obsolete. Until then, stay safe and take care of each other. We will get through this.