In honor of Womxn's Month, Oakland’s Jihan McDonald is offering pay-what-you-can coaching and counseling sessions for cis, trans, and nonbinary identified womxn as well as for chronically ill and disabled individuals. If you feel like you need to talk about the current situation or anything else weighing on your mind, this is the perfect opportunity.
If you feel sick and need to schedule a non-urgent doctor’s appointment, make sure to check your provider’s website or to call the facility prior to showing up. For your safety and the safety of others, many offices are conducting phone and video calls rather than on-site visits.
Project Baseline provides online screening specifically for COVID–19. Though the testing is only available in certain counties—including San Mateo, Santa ClaraC, Riverside, and Sacramento Counties—right now, it is likely that it will be offered in more regions in the future.
As always, for medical emergencies, call 9-1-1 or visit the emergency room immediately.
The CDC is a great resource for all your COVID-19 pandemic questions. Learn about coronavirus symptoms, proper hand washing, the use of face masks, social distancing, the effective use of hand sanitizer, and more.
Do you know any other reliable resources offering coronavirus tips? Share them in the comments below.