Date is exactly March 30, 2020
March 30, 2020Well not having graduation, not being able to finish out college with the clubs and friends from the past 5 years. I've adjusted by getting closer to my best friends I made here. The good things have been I've gotten a lot of time to reflect on what I want out of my life. If I could give a message to myself at the start of this semester, what would I say? Be happy. Do things that make you happy. Take time and cherish the friends around you as much as you can.
March 30, 2020Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, people in nursing homes, psychiatric institutions, prisons, and other group settings are trapped without the ability to protect themselves by practicing social distancing from others, and their health is at risk from those bringing the virus in from outside. Zoe Gross, Director of Operations at the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, criticizes a Spokesman-Review article written by Martha Bellisle. The article highlights the infection risk to workers at a psychiatric institution, but does not discuss the safety of patients as a priority, portraying them not as people in need of protection, but as ‘occupational hazards’ to the people whose safety matters more.
March 30, 2020This sign was posted on the Drive-Thru window at Tim Horton’s to inform customers that the store is now operating solely through the Drive-Thru. Hopefully, loyal customers will continue to return even if it alters their routine. “Dear Loyal Guests,Out of an abundance of caution given the current public health environment, our Dining Room is temporarily closed. We are serving all of your Tim Horton’s favorites in our Drive Thru.Thank You, Management
March 30, 2020Posted on Wal Mart’s Customer Service desk, these two signs notify shoppers of designated shopping hours for the elderly and shoppers most at risk. Having one sign in English and another in Spanish, allows a wider group of shoppers to understand the changes taking place in response to the coronavirus pandemic.