Coronavirus Protection Tips Digest 20 April 2020
Tips for keeping coronavirus out of your home
Life under coronavirus means staying home as much as possible – but you’ll likely need to make a trip to the grocery store or pharmacy at some point.
With the help of physicians and infectious disease experts, we built a tip sheet to make sure you don’t bring the virus back with you.
You can download a printable version here – available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
Full article: Tips for keeping coronavirus out of your home
Important Bike Maintenance Tips During the Coronavirus Pandemic
“We no longer allow customers into our stores anymore,” says Gary Nicol, co-owner of Pedal Power bike shops, based in Connecticut. Instead, customers call the shop when they arrive, leave their bike outside, and talk on the phone with a service technician later about what work needs to be done.
“We’re slammed with service and repairs right now,” Nicol says. “It’s not just the sheer volume of work, but also that our staff is down between 50 to 75 percent across our stores; many of our employees have chosen not to work for health precautions.”
Coronavirus: Advice columnists give tips on dating, work, and parents
The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way we all live and work – and, as a result, it’s given us a whole new, unprecedented, set of problems.
What if you can’t stand your partner, now that you’re in lockdown together and can no longer ignore their annoying traits? Or worse – what if you broke up just before the order to stay at home, and are now awkwardly stuck under the same roof?
If you’re lucky enough to work from home, how do you deal with difficult children – or a boss who likes to micromanage you remotely?
What if you still have to go into work – and your boss won’t let you wear a mask?
What if your parents are driving you crazy?
Or what if you just feel really lonely?
For decades, advice columnists – or “agony aunts” – have been the go-to place for people wanting to ask for advice anonymously. Now, the crisis means some columnists are getting more queries – and the questions have become more serious and urgent.
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