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Coronavirus Pandemic: We’re All in This Together

all in this together

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone’s lives: most of us are staying home to do our part to prevent the spread. Those of us in essential help roles are working harder than ever to serve those who have contracted this deadly disease. The news is alarming in terms of what else might be coming. The stress levels across the globe are rising. But it’s helpful to remember that we’re all in this together.

Mr. Rogers once said that whenever frightening events would happen, his mother would tell him to look for the helpers, because there would always be good people helping each other.

Here is a list of ways people are helping others to reassure you that all is not lost. We’re including links to some services that might be useful to those who need them.

We’ll continue to add to this list as we see more helpers. If you have any suggestions for us to add, please comment below, or comment on our social media accounts with #AllinThisTogether.

Reader comments:

  • cannabiiisk, _lauragold, ilysteph95 are taking this pandemic seriously, and staying home despite the difficulty this poses.
  • jv_str & california_r6_girl are checking in on their neighbors, especially the elderly and isolated ones.
  • nickschultz24 posted “Our local power plate meals (upscale nutrition and macro-breakdown specialist prep) is giving 400 meals to the public school system to give away to families and students in these difficult times!”
  • marlene_schultz1 posted that her apartment complex management is allowing all renters to stay rent-free for two months!

Companies Reminding Us that We’re All This Together

Virtual Tours

Because it’s so important for people to stay home, many attractions have temporarily shut down. But many are offering virtual tours, so if you’re stuck at home, you can still do some sight-seeing:

Companies Offering Free Subscriptions

Free Online Courses

At TorkLaw, we are following all federal, state and local guidelines to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. We are still fully operational, continuing to work on cases and respond to your questions. For more information about our response, please read this message from our founder Reza Torkzadeh.

We are also consistently updating our blog post with the full details on COVID-19, so check back for the latest.

We will get through this troubling time. Remember, we’re all in this together.


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