Information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Checkout this information for ways of calming the mind from all of the stress and unknowns around us. Find multiple links and credited resources below:
Credit to: Rebecca Corvese
U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) COVID-19 Resources
Q&A on COVID-19 by FactCheck.org
COVID-19 Statistics and Research by Our World in Data
STAT News on the Coronavirus
American Society for Microbiology Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
California Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Resources for Employers and Workers
The Center for Systems Science and Engineering at JHU COVID-19 Tracker
Understanding the Economic Impact of COVID-19 by Euromonitor International.
Economies can rebound quickly from massive GDP slumps — but not always.
Gartner: How to lead your organization through coronavirus (COVID-19) disruption: Protect your people, maintain operations and sustain your business during the pandemic and beyond.
COVID-19 Emergency Financial Relief Program was created to provide financial assistance to all Veterans, Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard who are experiencing a financial setback due to the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
United Way has a COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund. They will help with bills, rent and food. Call 1–866–211–9966. Provide zip code and they will give you a list of local agencies to provide assistance.
A Movement to Stop the Spread of the Coronavirus — #StayTheFuckHome
Tim Ferriss’ Twitter list of experts he is following for COVID-19.
How to Safely Shop for Groceries Right Now
Mental and Emotional Support
WHO Guidance to Support Mental Health at Home during the Coronavirus
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1–800–273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Hotlines: 1–877–663–5433
The National Crisis Text line: Text “Connect” to 741741
National Hopeline Network: 1–800–784–2433
LGBTQ+ National Youth Hotline: 1–800–246–7743
Livestream home concerts with artists/bands — updated regularly
List of live streaming concerts
Live concerts to watch during the shut-in
Every Oscar best-picture winner — ever.
The Paris Operais is offering its most beautiful shows, from Swan Lake to Don Giovanni, free online.
Metropolitan Opera to Offer Up “Nightly Met Opera Streams”
15 Broadway Plays and Musicals You Can Watch On Stage From Home
Paris Museums Put 100,000 Images Online for Unrestricted Public Use
Tour National Parks Virtually
Over 30 Virtual Field Trips with Links
Download Duolingo, and teach yourself a foreign language.
Morning MeditOcean with Monterey Bay Aquarium
A list of free, online, boredom-busting resources
Learn How to BeatBox — For Beginners
How to Find Great Literature Online to Read
Yoga with Adriene on YouTube
Yoga Ed on YouTube
Free or Discounted Workouts to do at Home
Continually updated list of Instagram accounts offering free dance classes.
Adam Rosante — Quick and Dirty Workouts incorporating dumbells
Amanda Russell — With workouts that have names like “The Coachella 5 Minute Hip and Butt Workout”
Be Fit — This one-stop shop for fitness, health, and wellness is dedicated to delivering workouts from top trainers, including the likes of Jillian Michaels, Jane Fonda, Billy Blanks Jr., and others.
Blogilates — a series of quick workouts targeted at specific body parts, most of which only require a yoga mat, so you don’t need a lot of space for them.
Bodybuilding.com — For at-home workouts, explainer videos, and full-on body-blasting workouts.
FitnessBlender — Daniel and Kelli are a husband-wife team whose videos are for everyone, everywhere — even those who absolutely hate working out.
HASfit — If you’re someone who’s easily overwhelmed by options, take a deep breath before perusing HASfit’s YouTube channel, which has more than 1,000 free workout routines and fitness programs for you to choose from.
Jessica Valant Pilates — a channel full of full-length, ad-free workouts to help you hone the art of lengthening and toning your body.
Kayla Itsines — The personal-trainer-turned-overnight-internet-star tailors her workouts.
Scott Herman Fitness — primarily focusing on workouts that require some equipment (as in “carrying heavy stuff”), but his channel also features valuable bodyweight exercises that harp on proper form.
Ina Garten is sharing recipes that you can make with staples that are already in your pantry on her Instagram channel.
Credit to: Rebecca Corvese