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Stay at least 6 feet away from others. Like other places, Walt Disney World has added floor markings, signs and barriers to promote social distancing. Similar measures are also in place on resort transportation, including buses, monorails and watercraft boats.

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I want to really be explicit about this, because whenever I talk about simple things like uniform wearing of masks, keeping physical distance, avoiding crowds (particularly indoors), doing things outdoors to the extent possible with the weather, and washing hands frequently, that doesn’t mean shutting down the country. You can still have a considerable amount of leeway for business, for economic recovery, if you just do those simple things. But what we’re seeing, unfortunately, is a very disparate response to that. And that inevitably leads to the kind of surges that we see now.

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Kids of all ages (and even some adults) can struggle with sitting still and remaining on video for class all day. If your child likes to fidget, you might want to consider buying a large stress ball for them to squeeze with their hands or feet off screen. It can help get out some of their energy so they can stay focused on class. If you search online for “giant stress ball,” you'll find plenty of options for under $15.

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Teachers often ask students to hold up their work on dry-erase boards or paper to help keep them on task. Using a fine-tip marker with an eraser tip can make it easier for small hands to fit more numbers or words on their dry-erase board; buying different colors can make it more fun, too. You can find multipacks for under $10 online.

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If your puppy nips and bites too hard, teach the puppy that this is not OK by ending the interaction. You can pull your hand away, say, “OW!” and leave the puppy for a few minutes. Then try again so your puppy has a chance to act appropriately.

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Even with tables spaced 6 feet apart, you need to take precautions to limit your exposure to the coronavirus. One of those is wearing your face mask. But how do you do that and still eat?

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Practicing good hand hygiene isn’t fancy or novel, but it works, says Starnbach. Washing with simple soap and water, and using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water aren’t available, can help keep you from transporting germs from an infected surface to your eyes, nose, or mouth.

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Cait Monaghan and Rebecca McRae are strangers to each other until a fateful night when sharing a ride puts them in the path of an imposing, snorting, metallic monster of a truck. It’s obvious one of them has been targeted but which? And what about all those secrets that keep popping up? Convenience brought them together but they will need to forge true bonds if they’re going to survive the night. The action unfolds over the course of that single evening, lending “Don’t Turn Around” the eerie claustrophobic form that defines its structure. In lesser hands, such a limitation would have threatened to stop the story in its tracks. But Barry’s grasp is seasoned and sure, leaving us putty in the hands of a master storyteller.

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Trails, sidewalks and blacktop areas can get extremely hot and burn your pet’s paws.

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These keyboards look weird and the first time you use one, you’re probably not going to like it. There will be a learning period to get back up to your normal typing speed. However, it can greatly reduce the potential for certain wrist problems. Their odd design positions your hands in a more natural straight line, instead of being bent as when you’re using a traditional keyboard.

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“Remembrance of Things Past (In Search of Lost Time)” by Marcel Proust: With real time on your hands, delve into Proust’s stream-of-consciousness as he journeys through childhood and becoming an adult.

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