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Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle

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Saying “thank you” and “please” are like the oil that lubricates the engine of human interaction. Works every time!
Telephone a lonely person.
There is always one person in your group of acquaintances who is lonely and isolated. Try calling him or her, every now and again.
Any small change?
When you see all those coins which are a real nuisance, pop them into a charity box.
Invite someone to dinner.
Choose a co-worker or neighbour who you feel is rather lonely and offer them your hospitality.
Help a disabled person.
Offer to push a wheelchair, help them across the street or fetch their medicines.
Reach out to a person in need.
Do you know someone who is ill or in hospital? Reach out by choosing one of these:
· Send them a text message
· Phone them
· Send flowers
· Send a card

Hold the door open.
No matter who it is, hold the door open.
Pay a few compliments.

Smile more often.
Try walking down a corridor at work and smile all the way there. You might be surprised at how many smiles you get back. It is infectious!
Teach your kids kindness.
If you are a parent or work with young people in a youth organization or at a school, raise awareness about the needy. Encourage them to give away their old toys and books which are still in good condition.

Compliment a colleague or a friend.
Offer your place in the supermarket queue.
When you see someone getting anxious in the queue, let them go first.
Buy someone a coffee.
When you go to the coffee machine and see a colleague there, offer to buy her a coffee. If you are going to the water cooler, try offering to get someone else a cup of water while you’re on your way.
Offer to do the shopping.

Guard well within yourself that treasure, kindness. Know how to give without hesitation, how to lose without regret, how to acquire without meanness.

Coronavirus latest information and advice

Information for the public on the outbreak of coronavirus in China, including the current situation in the UK and information about the virus and its symptoms. Can be found on the following website:-

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public

The regulations have been put in place to reduce the risk of further human-to-human transmission in this country by keeping individuals in isolation where public health professionals believe there is a reasonable risk an individual may have the virus.

 

The government has issued clinical guidance for the detection and diagnosis of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and infection prevention and control.

Please follow this advice.

Caring is sharing !

Do something nice for a friend, or a stranger. Thank someone. Smile.

Volunteer your time. Join a community group. Look out, as well as in. Seeing yourself, and your happiness, linked to the wider community can be incredibly rewarding.

Volunteer today, make a difference.

Staying safe from the coronavirus

Fortunately, public health officials in many countries, including the US, have put measures in place to help prevent further spread of the virus. These measures include health screenings at major airports in the US for people traveling from Wuhan. In China, travel restrictions are in effect.


With information changing so quickly and every news report about the virus seeming to raise the stakes, you may be wondering how worried you should be.


Basic infectious disease principles are key to curbing the spread of this virus. Wash your hands regularly. Cover coughs and sneezes with your inner elbow. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with your hands. Stay home from work or school if you have a fever. Stay away from people who have signs of a respiratory tract infection, such as runny nose, coughing, and sneezing.


Stay safe !