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The World Health Organization also provides COVID-19 information especially world-wide data. You can find out more by clicking this link:

For up-to-date information on COVID-19 statistics and the latest guidance on how to protect yourself and our most vulnerable populations in the State of Colorado, visit this site:

To see COVID data and risk level for your community, visit: . This interactive site lets you drill down by state and county.

For interactive, real-time World, United States and State COVID-19 data, click here to visit the site created by a high-school student out of Washington State.

Helping kids cope with coronavirus anxiety

Most parents are appropriately concerned with keeping their families safe from the new coronavirus (COVID-19) and preventing its spread. But there is another aspect of this crisis that you should not ignore — its effect on your family’s mental health.

Grim news reports, the scary reality of the virus, and changes in routine are just a few reasons you and your children may be feeling heightened anxiety during this time. It’s a very natural reaction to an unnatural situation. What matters most is how you react to feelings of coronavirus anxiety and stress.

Experts at the Pediatric Mental Health Institute offer some tips to help you and your kids cope with COVID-19-related anxiety in a healthy way.

If you or someone you know is experiencing violence at home, there is help available!

The National Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 799-SAFE (7233)
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