Several nonprofit organizations could use your time and money to make sure vulnerable populations are cared for during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has now reached every state in the United States. In addition to posing public health challenges, the outbreak has prompted mass closures of schools and businesses and is straining resources. Here are ways to help in your community.

by Isaac Chotiner at The New Yorker

As Americans and people around the world are being asked to help halt the spread of the coronavirus, we have frequently been told to practice social distancing. The idea is to “flatten the curve,” or slow the spread of the virus, decreasing the number of people who get sick at one time and the risk of overwhelming our medical system. In practice, social distancing mostly means avoiding close contact with people who do not live with you...

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