Educators have quickly switched to remote learning opportunities as the novel coronavirus pandemic disrupts daily life. Last week, Governor Brian Kemp issued an order that prevented students from returning to their schools until the end of year.
Many people in the North Georgia community are choosing to shelter-in-place, self-quarantine, or at least maintain social distance. However, for the unsheltered, or homeless, transient, community, asking for or even getting help when feeling sick can be difficult.
This virus is called COVID-19. It's not dangerous to doggos and kikis like yourselves. However it can be dangerous to humans, especially older people, like my parents, and those who have compromised immune systems.