Good week friends! How do we cope with social distance? Today in La Voz with Mariel Fiori is Wednesday of education and family.
There are people who are using their time to put together washable cloth masks to donate to hospitals, such as Maria Cabrera, with whom I spoke today. Cabrera has made 200 face masks daily since Saturday, and donated them to many local institutions, while paying for the work of two employees who have also been working 12 hours a day. If you can buy a mask for $15, order it at firstname.lastname@example.org, or make a donation to helps this business continue.
Speaking of donations, the Radio Kingston Community Fund is working, through Family of Woodstock, to assist the community in its needs. To make a donation or more information, follow this link.
Tatiana Tenorio from the Kingston School District provided information for the first day of virtual classes in the city. Breakfast and lunch are now also delivered from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the George Washington School. As a reminder, Spectrum offers free internet service to non-subscribers to homes with K-12 and college students.
This free connection is available at any level up to 100 Mbps (megabits per second). To enroll, call (844) 488-8395. Installation costs will not be applied for homes with new students.
The psychologist Celina Pipman in her column I am all ears, gave us many ideas to deal with the stress of the pandemic. Establishing a routine is a good start. What routines have you established? How do you keep a healthy mind with New York in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis?