- Understanding the motivation of the officials trying to avoid stating a panic
- Steps to take BEFORE the coronavirus hits your area
- Steps to take AFTER it does
- Helpful resources (besides PP.com) for staying on top of the coronavirus threat
If you have not yet read Part 1: Coronavirus: What We Can Say Publicly & What We Can’t, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.
The World Health Organization (WHO) made its position clear as recently as yesterday, once again chiding countries for limiting air travel with China.
In fact the WHO has made more statements about NOT doing things that might harm travel and trade than they have issued anything remotely useful towards helping you understand and avoid contamination.
Let them do their thing, while you do yours.
That leaves the big question: What to do?
To address that, Adam and I put together the guidance below, which is based on the steps we are taking in our own lives, with our own health, with our own families, in preparation should the coronavirus outbreak arrive where we live.
To make it easier to digest, we’ve categorized our recommendations into… (Enroll now to continue reading)