March 20, 2020
The Friday Five for March 20, 2020:
- Federal COVID-19 Response Plan
- Medicare telehealth expansion
- Coronavirus and retail stores
- Kids and COVID-19
- What to do while quarantined
Mentioned in this episode:
23 fun activities to do with kids using stuff you already have at home, as you wait out coronavirus closures
A federal plan to tackle the coronavirus pandemic warns it ‘will last 18 months or longer’ and could include ‘multiple waves’
A list of stores that temporarily have closed or cut hours because of coronavirus
Children and Coronavirus: Research Finds Some Become Seriously Ill
Coronavirus looks different in kids than in adults
Coronavirus store closures, changes: See which retailers are closed or changing hours
Giant list of things to do, watch with your kids during the coronavirus pandemic
Medicare Telemedicine Health Care Provider Fact Sheet
President Trump Expands Telehealth Benefits for Medicare Beneficiaries During COVID-19 Outbreak
Stores designate shopping time for seniors vulnerable amid coronavirus: Safeway, Whole Foods, Target and more
To keep seniors safe at home, Medicare expands telemedicine
Tracking retail’s response to the coronavirus
U.S. Government COVID-19 Response Plan
U.S. Viral Plan Anticipates 18-Month Pandemic and Widespread Shortages
What Parents Need to Know About Coronavirus
What To Do With Kids At Home On Coronavirus Break For Who Knows How Long (Without Losing It)
What to Watch, Listen to and Cook During Your Coronavirus Self-Quarantine
What to Watch While Stuck at Home—and How to Stream It
While your kids are out of school, here are 50 things to keep them busy and socially distant
Whole Foods, Fresh Market, Redner’s join list of stores open early for seniors vulnerable amid coronavirus outbreak
Working at home during the coronavirus crisis with kids underfoot? Here are 9 ways to cope
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