Hi, everyone. Here are a few good COVID-19-related reads and resources for Tuesday, March 24:
This American Psychological Association makes it clear that though this is an abrupt and unprecedented transition, there are lessons to be taken from past studies on working remotely.
If you haven’t yet visited the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s online clearinghouse on COVID-19 information, it’s worth checking out (or bookmarking for later, when you’ve got some time). The section on differences between isolation and quarantine feels pretty useful at the moment.
The Washington Post is hosting an online chat with licensed clinical psychologist and author Andrea Bonior at 11 a.m. MST today, Tuesday, March 24. Tune in here or visit the same link later to get a look at the transcript. The Post also is providing free access to substantive COVID-19 coverage without a subscription through a daily newsletter; visit here to sign up.