Daily COVID-19 Briefing from UCC - facts, not fear
COVID-19 Daily Briefing from UCC's Humanitarian and Development Team separates facts from falsehoods and fear, supplying valuable information throughout the duration of the pandemic crisis. This resource is prepared by Barbara T. Baylor, MPH, Temporary Health Liaison serving on UCC's Wider Church Ministries - Humanitarian and Development Team.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans have lost jobs and the health coverage that came along with those jobs. Others lack health insurance for other reasons. Today's UCC COVID-19 Daily Brief explores the possibilities - and limits - for getting coverage now, even though we are outside of the usual Open Enrollment period.
We wrap up the second week of UCC's Daily COVID-19 Brief with updates on the role of "silent carriers" in spreading the virus, the promise of stimulus checks, and tips for maintaining calm in the midst of pandemic.
Today's UCC COVID-19 Daily Briefing examines the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color.
How do you "shelter in place" when you don't have a home? Today's UCC COVID-19 Daily Brief explores the particular predicament of people experiencing homelessness in a pandemic, and how we can extend support.
Do face masks protect against COVID-19? Today's March 31 Daily UCC COVID-19 Briefs explore the range of views.
What do I need to know about the CARES - Coronavirus (COVID-19) and other stimulus packages recently voted by Congress and signed by the President? UCC's Daily COVID-19 Briefing for today (March 30) addresses just that!
The spreading COVID-19 pandemic is accompanied by growing stress and anxiety. Today's Daily COVID-19 Briefing from the United Church of Christ offers documentation and strategies for coping.
Today's daily briefing looks at COVID-19 and the U.S. Healthcare System.
UCC Daily COVID-19 Briefing #3 emphasizes the urgency of continuing social distancing - and how to cope with the emotions it can cause.
This COVID-19 Daily Briefing explains why Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine are not wonder drugs in the treatment for COVID-19.