Almost 175 days into this pandemic, it is becoming difficult to know what is safe to do, and moreover, it is ever more challenging to follow the recommendations of public health officials due to the “fatigue” that has set in due to the restrictions. I know we all want to “get back to normal” but as the spread of the coronavirus has moved from the East coast now to the Sun Belt and beyond, Americans are being tasked with the difficult process of assessing their own risk and the risks for their loved ones while being given different, often-conflicting information about what is responsible behavior. The articles below offer some guidance that you might find useful when considering the behaviors for you and your family members. Remember that the basic tenets of preventing the spread of the coronavirus have
changed. Practice physical distancing. Wear a face mask when in public. Wash your hands frequently. If you feel sick, stay home – and get tested.