Category: COVID-19

  • Five principles while working remotely during a crisis

    You are working at home, not from home, during a crisis. Your personal physical, mental and emotional health is a priority Do not try to compensate for lost productivity by working longer hours Be kind to yourself and do not judge how you are coping based on how you see others coping Be kind to […]

  • Physical distancing + distant socializing

    What we need to flatten the curve is physical distancing. What we need for our mental health is distant socializing. Stanford psychologist Jamil Zaki explains: We should think of this time as “physical distancing” to emphasize that we can remain socially connected even while being apart. In fact, I encourage all of us to practice […]

  • Visualizing physical distancing

    Quite simple when you see it like this.

  • Links: the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic

    A selection of links I have found useful. Please note that I am not an expert in contagious disease or pandemics. This is a post in progress, it will be updated as I come across information I find valuable for my own understanding.

  • God and the pandemic

    James Martin writes: In the end, the most honest answer to the question of why the Covid-19 virus is killing thousands of people, why infectious diseases ravage humanity and why there is suffering at all is: We don’t know. For me, this is the most honest and accurate answer. One could also suggest how viruses […]

  • Coronavirus: What should I share?

    In the coming weeks many of us will be following the coronavirus pandemic. What should we trust? What should we share? Om Malik’s has four principles: “Trust national and international health organizations.  Trust data from sources like Worldometer. It has updated information on cases, deaths, and other important details. When reading information from social media […]