Q: What will people say when they are able to handle pandemics properly in the future? A: Hindsight is 2020.

This is what we are all looking forward to. In other words, the rear view mirror is always helpful than what we are going through at present. Hopefully, we learn helpful lessons from this present situation. That, as we are usually aware, is what past generations tried to ingrain in us. Learn from the past!

The present pandemic is not exciting to be involved in. What may be a saving grace

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Hope you don’t feel alone..Hope you know people are here for you. These are part of colored pictures and letters written by students in a school in the state of Alabama to seniors who were in one of the seniors’ lodges. I too hope and trust that you are feeling supported, and encouraged. No matter your age, as a senior, it is important that you realize that there are many supports in Kneehill County for you. We will constantly work at providing aid/support for you when/where needed.

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No Shoes, No Problem

Kay Brown of New York City entered the subway and noticed a woman completely barefoot. Without second thought, she asked the woman’s size and when she said 7, Kay took off her shoes and handed them to the woman. She said, “So, I walked six blocks home in socks, getting strange looks and comments made about me. But now she’s able to wear a pair of shoes each day and suffer a little less.” Thank you, Kay, for showing us humanity is real and thriving.&rd

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WHO MIGHT BE MOST AT RISK FOR FOOD SECURITY PROBLEMS?

Some groups will be more at risk than others for the food security impact of a pandemic. The most at-risk populations in most emergency situations are those that are already struggling with hunger, health, and poverty. These populations will be at great risk during a severe pandemic. In addition to these groups, many other households are vulnerable to the impact of a severe pandemic because of the way it may affect economic and social systems

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