I spent the afternoon doing some last COVID prep, supply shopping, and self-care, so what was today’s newsletter will arrive in your inbox tomorrow.
In the meantime, here are five resources I recommend you investigate to prepare for the coming months with COVID.
Most of all, stay safe, stay calm, and remember to breathe, my friend.
We will survive this. But, life will be different for the coming year.
Flatten The Curve.com
This site is the best compilation of information + guidance I’ve found. The compiler (https://twitter.com/figgyjam) is worth a follow on Twitter.
(Also, because everything on the internet is better with cats: https://twitter.com/amdar1ing/status/1237880129575157760)
You can sign up for #FlattenTheCurve email updates here: https://flattenthecurve.substack.com/p/coming-soon
Notes from UCSF Expert panel – March 10
These notes from a UCSF panel are the single best document I’ve seen about what experts believe is likely to happen this year.
I don’t want to tweet snippets because you should read it in full.
Worth your immediate attention. These meeting notes/highlights help give context to what we’re going to experience over the coming days, weeks, and months.
5it: Coronavirus Season
Alexis Madrigal’s newsletter 5 Interesting Things is focusing this season on Coronavirus:
For that reason, I’m popping up this newsletter for a season, with a slightly altered format. It will still contain five links, but with a bit more context. 5IT won’t be about coronavirus, but what coronavirus shows us about the moment we’re living in.
- Recent issue: https://tinyletter.com/5it/letters/5it-coronavirus-season
- Subscription Page: https://tinyletter.com/5it
Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now
This is a very lucid explanation of what we currently know about coronavirus spread
Coronavirus Is Our Future
Global health expert Alanna Shaikh talks about the current status of the 2019 nCov coronavirus outbreak and what this can teach us about the epidemics yet to come. Alanna Shaikh is a global health consultant and executive coach who specializes in individual, organizational, and systemic resilience.
I found this video to be a great ~15-minute overview of the situation, what COVID-19 is, how we ended up here, and what this means for us.
Kai minute overview of the situation, what COVID-19 is, how we ended up here, and what this means for us.