As millions of Americans in various cities begin to shelter in place, as week two of the COVID-19 pandemic finishes up, we're starting to get a little clearer picture of what we can expect in the coming weeks.
For many of us who live in bigger cities, this means more rigorous enforcement of shelter in place regulations, meaning that most people are to stay at home and only venture out for essentials, such as groceries, gas, and medical treatment.
We've witnessed kids on Spring break defiantly refusing to give up their fun for the greater good. We've seen people hoarding toilet paper. But we've also seen people coming together to help those less fortunate. In many ways, the country is coming together in efforts to manufacture ventilators and provide food, shelter, and medical equipment for those in need.
As week two finishes up, it's important to remember to keep a solid routine in these times. It's that sort of discipline that will keep you productive and in good spirits, which will help you make the most of this time we have.
Make sure to get outside for a walk when you can -- but make sure not to abuse your privilege. Keep away from others -- remain six feet away from anyone outside of your household. Avoid having people over during this time. It's for the benefit of everyone!
Many of us are getting notices that this will go on at least until April 19th, 2020, so it's important for us all to stay positive. Contact Barton Chiropractic Clinic today to learn more about how our treatments can help improve your immune system. Our office is available to those who need us. Please know that we're doing everything required to keep our patients healthy and safe.