In the past months, Covid-19 has exposed major gaps in the safety nets required to protect our society and how it can react during national crisis.   How did we get to this point? Could we have avoided much of the social insecurity, deaths and economic damage that are arising from this advancing pandemic? Despite their close proximity to the pandemic epicenter in China and high…

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Independence by July 4 We want to get everyone safely back to work and out of their homes by Independence Day. This might sound farfetched, but it is not impossible. What we need to do is TEST, TEST, TEST. Below, we have outlined how we get our Independence by Independence Day. Many policy recommendations have been floated, but to reopen safely and stay open we need a nationally coordinated effort…

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*Updated 3/18/2020 We’ve put together this handy list of activities to help you and your little ones get through social distancing. Please come back as we will update this page as we learn of more activities and resources for the Georgia community to enjoy. If you know of any activities we are missing please let…

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*more resources added 3/18/2020 It’s our goal to help our community find any resources they may need. Please come back as we will update this page as we learn of more resources for the Georgia community. If you know of a change to any of the resources below, or know of other resources we are…

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The novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, is a new strain of coronavirus that was discovered in 2019. Symptoms of the coronavirus include coughing, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, and fever. Covid-19 spreads mainly from person to person interaction and the virus may be able to live on surfaces for up to 3 days. Good hygiene and…

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The coronavirus family can cause a variety of illnesses ranging from the common cold, to more severe respiratory illnesses like Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Coronaviruses can also be transmitted between humans and some animals. The novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, is a new strain of coronavirus that was discovered in 2019. Covid-19 spreads mainly from person to person interaction but can also spread through small respiratory droplets that form when someone…

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