Murdock's Minutes: First, don't panic; use common sense and be a good neighbor
March 27, 2020
There have been a lot of changes in the state in just the past week due to COVID-19. But first and foremost, I continue to tell people not to panic. Yes, be careful about spreading germs by practicing good hygiene. Cover your mouth when you cough, wash your hands thoroughly – those guidelines are good year-round, regardless. This current situation won’t last forever, and we are all going to get through this. We all just need to stay calm, use common sense, and be good neighbors.
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