Group facetime calls/dance parties mirrored on our television with our families. Kids love it and feels like everyone's in the room with us.
I've been following the John Hopkins live map. Feels like a valid source. Good for getting a sense of numbers/data and seeing it visually.
There are some stats missing... Like everyone talks about "slowing the curve". Where can I see that? ARE we slowing down "the curve"? What is the magical curve that everyone is talking about and where can I see live updates on it?
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What information do you feel you are missing about COVID-19?
The "CURVE" in live time.
What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?
My neighbor doesn't have social media and probably is not on the internet very often. He didn't have any idea that old people are at risk and was asking me if he should or should not visit his grandparents.
So maybe finding a way to inform people who aren't very well connected to media/social platforms but still are capable of making lifestyle changes to promote social distancing and other precautionary measures. Maybe by mail? Flyers? Pamphlets?