Staying in lockdown or quarantine is not easy.
Here are some tips and tools to help you get through it.
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Coronavirus and your wellbeing
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This page is a little weird because it was one of the first, and so has mostly been broken out into many other pages, as you will see below:
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Living Through Coronavirus Around the World
YouTube channel Great Big Story recently asked eight filmmakers in eight different countries to report in on how they, their families, and their communities are doing during the pandemic.
"Our daily routines have been disrupted, and many of us have been separated from friends, family and work. We checked in on eight households to see how they are feeling, how they are passing the time, how they are keeping connected to others, and what they are looking forward to in a post-pandemic world. From Beijing, China, to Mashhad, Iran, to Melbourne, Australia, here’s how we’re all working through this thing, one day at a time, together."
Self Isolation Advice
A crowd-sourced guide to staying safe during the Coronavirus outbreak.
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COVID-19: Community and Self Care Resources
A list of non-medical resources for people who are facing quarantine, self-isolation or other factors because of COVID-19. Through these resources hopefully we can better support each other and nurture ourselves.
NHS apps library
NHS is the UK national health service, but you don’t need to live in the UK to use these apps.
Study: Why in times of COVID-19 you can not walk/run/bike close to each other
For walking the distance of people moving in the same direction in 1 line should be at least 4–5 meter, for running and slow biking it should be 10 meters and for hard biking at least 20 meters.
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Our governments are only slowly implementing measures to control the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and containing the COVID-19 pandemic. Slow reactions, public appeasement policies, and their urge to stabilize the economy have kept them from taking the measures needed to protect millions from this disease. However, it is not only the government's burden to bear. It is time for us, as citizens of this earth, to take action now and do our part in fighting COVID-19.
If You Get Infected
For those who think they might have been infected and want to know what to expect:
Mutual Aid Support Groups
For those looking to either volunteer or are looking for help from their communities:
Parenting & Childcare
For parents and guardians who are looking for tools to look after the children in their care, see:
Working from Home
For knowledge workers starting to work remotely
Things to do at Home
For all who are isolating and looking for things to do at home, from entertainment to education
Mental Health Advice During Isolation
For those looking for resources around mental health
Dealing with Addiction
High Density Living Arrangements
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