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Here are a few helpful tips to stay safe while you food shop: keep a 6-foot distance from others, use self-checkout if it's available, use wipes on the grocery cart, and use hand sanitizer when out. For more #COVID19 safety tips, visit: https://t.co/B2zzddrK0n https://t.co/MqOSl3zh0r
You came together yesterday as a powerful community to make #GivingTuesdayNow special, for which we are profoundly grateful and fortunate. Our commitment to you is to push our scientific research, community and policy programs forward. Your gifts make this all possible. #COPD https://t.co/EsC7DClK5S
Our LifeLine Support Partners are #lungcancer survivors or co-survivors who help others as mentors by phone or email. If you’ve walked the lung cancer path and want to help those on it now, consider joining our team -> https://t.co/0mQF8BQd11 #NationalVolunteerWeek https://t.co/Te7JWfW36B
Wearing a cloth face covering CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of #COVID19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s”. If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a cloth face covering. See https://t.co/7oiKNyULb7 https://t.co/TOitiUTXuD
"What we're seeing today is something that was predicted by lots of people," says @AmeshAA. "Pandemic preparedness needs to be taken seriously because there are steps you can take and programs you can put in place that prevent all of this from happening." https://t.co/XwoQ8MWkCx
50 members of the first @Intermountain #COVID19 deployment team are headed to NYC this morning to assist frontline caregivers at @NorthwellHealth and @NYPhospital care for patients. We wish these amazing heroes the very best! https://t.co/0LeBurUrMx https://t.co/9dP5BzLO2c