March 2020

Found 3 blog entries for March 2020.

 

 

Practicing social isolation is the most important thing we as a nation can do to "flatten the curve" and minimize the impact of COVID-19. Luckily, in the age of Netflix, there’s no shortage of things to watch while you’re housebound. 

But if we’re going to be stuck inside for a while, and it’s becoming likely that we will, we’re going to need more than just TV to get us through this. If you need some help thinking of ways to entertain yourself and your loved ones during social isolation, here are 10 ideas. 

1. Write Cards and Letters to the Elderly

This is a scary time for everyone, but no doubt it’s even more so for the elderly. They need love and comfort more than ever right now.

Making cards to send to nursing homes is a great

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With the coronavirus spreading rapidly, those who host Airbnb or other short stay rental properties probably have more reason to worry than the rest of us. 

For one, many people are canceling their travel plans in light of the virus spreading, which means a loss of income. But the other side of the coin means allowing people traveling from all over the world into your property and potentially contaminating it. A sort of "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situation. 

If you do decide to continue renting out your space during this time, then you're probably wondering how you can protect your guests, your cleaners, and property managers from being exposed to the virus. Keep reading to learn more.

What is COVID-19 and Should You Be Worried?

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On top of everything else Los Angelenos have to worry about, add to the list the quickly spreading coronavirus. The state health department sites that since the beginning of February, 8,400 travelers have entered California by way of China.That means 8,400 people who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19. That number is especially troubling considering that many people who are testing positive for the virus--and are thus contagious--don’t have any symptoms. 

The thought of a massive outbreak in LA is scary, but the more you know about the virus, the more prepared you’ll be. Read on for what you need to know about the coronavirus. 

What is the Coronavirus?

COVID-19, or more commonly known as the coronavirus, was first discovered in China

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