Well, it's official.
As of last night, we have one confirmed case of COVID-19 in our community, and 70 pending results of testing. (If you know how hard it's been for many to get tested in our country, 70 pending results is a bit scary, I will admit.) Several local supermarkets are opening to seniors for the first hour of their opening. Some banks are drive through only.
No unnecessary travel, many local buildings closed, all senior centers closed, local hospitals are working together, asking people to use virtual walk ins.
I am still working from my office but this may change in the very near future - fortunately my job can be done remotely but I think of first responders, supermarket employees, sanitation workers, and others.
The City of Binghamton, New York, where I work, is on a nightly curfew as of last night.
So, what can you do, but take a walk in the fresh air (as long as we are permitted to) during the day, and watch spring unfold?
Flowers - so welcome, to maintain our mental health. We are reminded that nature will persevere somehow, with us or without us. We must try what we can do to limit our stress.
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