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Look for the Helpers

There is a new disease called COVID-19. The name stands for “COrona VIrus Disease 2019.” It started in the year 2019. It has caused lots of sickness and even death. That might make you feel scared. That’s okay. A man named Fred Rogers taught us that when things feel scary, we should “look…

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Who Helps Put Food On Our Tables?

Farmers and farm workers go to work every day to grow and harvest our fruits and vegetables. They milk the cows. They feed the chickens and gather the eggs. The good food we eat begins with the farm helpers!

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Who Keeps Us Healthy?

If someone needs to get to the hospital quickly, there is a phone number to call: 9-1-1. The helper who answers the phone can call an ambulance. An ambulance is a van used to carry people who are sick or injured. They can take people to hospitals.

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Think about Others

You can be a helper too! Here are some tips on how you can help keep yourself and others safe.

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Good News! Encouraging Helpers

In many cities across the United States, people are celebrating the helpers at 7 p.m. That is the time when many medical workers end their workday. People open their windows or step out onto their doorsteps to clap and cheer. Some ring bells or sing. It makes everyone feel a little bit…

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A New Virus

Germs are tiny living things all around us. You need a special microscope to see them. One type of germ is a virus. Like many germs, a virus inside your body can make you sick. Viruses cause colds, the flu, and measles.

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Doing Your Part

Kids can do their part to stop the spread of the virus. The best way to stay healthy is washing your hands. That prevents the passing of germs to other people. Make it a habit after using the bathroom and before you eat.

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What Else Can I Do?

During the time of COVID-19, school districts sent students home. Public buildings of all kinds closed. Special events like birthday parties and concerts were canceled. Many adults began working from home. People stopped going to the movies. They weren’t able to eat any meals in restaurants.

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Think about Home Safety

There are lots of things you can do at home while keeping yourself and others safe.

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Good News! Animals

There has been some good news during COVID-19. Some animal-loving families have helped others and themselves. They have taken in stray animals. This extra time at home is perfect for bonding with a new cat or dog.

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