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Staying strong in Palm Beach County FL.

by Marjorie
(WPB, FL, USA)

I’m trying to stay safe, I haven’t gone to any stores, nail salon, or visit family members.

I just go to work and back home, so far no one at my job or my resident has been impacted.

I’m just doing what was recommended to stay safe...

I wash my hands properly,
Stay away from crowded gatherings, and
Don’t don’t rub my eyes ( which I have a tendency of doing).

Stay safe everyone and ride out your storm you’re not alone.

Wellesley's Note

Hey Marjorie,

But good to hear that neither your nor your family are impacted, I hope it remains that way.

I agreem, all this stuff is quite hard, but keep at it, it will become second nature eventually.

This is unbelievable though! It almost has an apocalyptic feel to it right?

All the big powerful nations are overwhelmed and confused. What a time in history! OMG.

Thanks for your word of encouragement too! It is great hearing about what is happening in your neck of the woods in Florida! Keep us updated via the comments here please.

Keep the faith! Blessings my friend!

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fluids and vitamin C
by: Christine Strachan

My tip is this.. Plenty of fluids if you contract coronavirus and plenty of vitamin C along with paracetamol and the old fashioned rubs Vicks and such And try to take it easy

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Habits
by: Cheri Avery Black

Thankfully you and your loved ones are doing well. Thanks for mentioning about not rubbing your eyes.

What a habit many of us have of unconsciously touching our eyes, nose and month.

This is such a great time to use a couple weeks to be conscious of changing this habit to keep healthier everyday.

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