On Friday, March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law. This package allocates $2 trillion toward an effort to give economic relief to individuals, small businesses, healthcare providers, and parts of the economy that are heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus has created widespread uncertainty and confusion. It feels like every day we are getting new instructions and changes to our daily life. One of the biggest changes has been the emphasis on social distancing.
We are in an interesting moment in history with the coronavirus pandemic. It seems like all this upheaval and all these changes have come out of nowhere, and it's hard to know what is actually happening. There is so much data out there, but it is difficult to comprehend such large scale numbers. That's what this article is here to help with.
Information is Power
We live in a time where anyone and everyone can create and share content. Unfortunately, this can lead to false information and rumors that spread like wildfire, causing panic and decisions made on lies or inaccurate information.
There's a chance you scheduled your semi-annual dental checkup between March 15th and April 15th, 2020. With all the chaos going on related to coronavirus and social distancing, you may be wondering what to do about your dental appointments.
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We stand with our community, the country, and the world as we work to flatten the curve of COVID-19. To help flatten the curve, it is important that we all work together to prevent the spread of coronavirus and free up our healthcare system as it braces for and handles cases that arise.