CDC recommends wearing cloth masks in public
By Emma Palova
As the number of Coronavirus cases continues to skyrocket and health workers are facing a daily suicide mission, the Center for Disease Control recommended on Friday that all Americans wear basic cloth masks to prevent the spread of the disease.
However, this does not replace social distancing of six feet or washing hands. The U.S. has reached a new daily high of 1,100 deaths and a total of 273,000 cases on Friday.
Get your sewing machine out and make a mask for yourself and loved ones, or go bigger as you make it a community project.
The coronavirus crisis has brought out the best around the world. Play your part today. Make a mask.
I continue to delight in the beauty of my sunroom plants, because it’s kind of dreary outside.
I am also scheduling my book tour 2020. Stay tuned for details.
So far, I am planning on launching my upcoming book “Greenwich Meridian Memoir” at the Lakeshore Art Festival in Muskegon on July 3 and July 4.
The book is now on pre-order at:https://www.amazon.com/Greenwich-Meridian-Memoir-Emma-Palova-ebook/dp/B085DD2ZR3/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=Greenwich+Meridian+Memoir&qid=1586018567&s=digital-text&sr=1-2
Stay tuned for day by day coverage of the Coronavirus crisis in the U.S.
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