You may lose touch with people and places
Physical distancing (at least 6 feet) is essential for communities to stop the transmission of coronavirus. This means gathering with people in everyday settings is not possible, and leads to more time spent at home.
More time at home can increase stress for children and caregivers
Feelings of stress and uneasiness are normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Time at home can be isolating, confining, and can make other problems and worries worse. You may be worried about money, food, childcare, school or getting sick. There is uncertainty about when life will return to normal.
It’s important to take care of both your physical and mental well-being during this difficult time.