Support Your Neighbors Golden Valley has welcoming and caring residents, and it is in times like these where that welcoming and caring spirit is critical. With K–12 schools closing in Minnesota and social distancing measures being put in place, some residents may need assistance with everyday activities like childcare, dog walking, grocery shopping, etc. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Long-Term Impact Affects More Than Health
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The guidelines don't retroactively apply to diseases whose names are already established and generally refer to the common names, not scientific ones. The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses is responsible for assigning the scientific names of the virus (meaning its family, genus, species, etc.). … [Read more...] about Yes, we long have referred to disease outbreaks by geographic places. Here’s why we shouldn’t anymore
Organizations focused on children. No Kid Hungry and Feeding America are well-established organizations focusing on ensuring children who normally eat free or reduced-price meals at school have access to what they need. In another form of nutrition, First Book is delivering seven million books to children across the U.S. who do not have access to the internet so they can continue to learn while school is closed. Organizations for the whole family. While there are many GoFundMe campaigns for those who have been impacted by COVID-19, many local charities are also ramping up their services to ensure their community is fed. Organizations like World Central Kitchen, which distributes meals in NYC, Washington D.C., and Arkansas, and Foodbank NYC are also accepting donations and providing food to help families in need. Specifically for seniors, Meals On Wheels will deliver food to ensure seniors and high-risk individuals receive food, even now. Straight cash. Sometimes, just giving money is … [Read more...] about How to Help During the Pandemic—Without Leaving Home
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Appellate courts, with no obligations to seat juries or allow defendants to appear in person, have continued to hear and rule on cases. California appeals courts, the state Supreme Court and the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco are conducting hearings remotely and streaming them live on their websites. But the U.S. Supreme Court has maintained its ban on camera coverage. The court will rule on the cases it has already heard, in the term scheduled to last through June, but has postponed its previously scheduled hearings, including a March 31 hearing on requests by House Democrats and New York state prosecutors for President Trump’s financial records. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Are Bay Area courts still open?