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If the school you are studying is closed and you have to stay at home, enjoy the free time you have at your disposal and do the things you like, but for which you haven’t had enough time so far. But do not forget the hygiene rules: wash your hands often and do not touch your face if your hands are not disinfected.
If you’re staying home because you are isolated because of suspected coronavirus infection, yours or someone’s close to you, either a colleague or family member, do not worry.
You may be in the situation of having to stay at home because you returned in the last two weeks from an epidemic-affected area or contacted an infected person. You will have to stay home for 14 days without seeing your friends or family members.
It is normal to have many questions about how this situation affects you and how the coronavirus works. Talk to an adult about your concerns and tell them openly the things that make you anxious. No question is "too childish" if you are very worried or about your health.
Keep washing your hands very well, do not touch your face with dirty hands or after touching things that others have touched, listen to the doctor's advice and you will be safe.
Here are some things you can do to make the time you spend at home as enjoyable as possible
1.There are many fun games you can play alone or with your family. Do not spend too much time on TV, computer or mobile.
2. Listen to music and read. Consider the time spent at home an unplanned vacation that you can enjoy.
3. Do your homework and keep in touch with teachers or classmates. It will be easier for you to catch up with your lessons when you return to school.
4. Eat as healthy and varied as possible. Fruits and vegetables have many vitamins that keep you in shape and make you stronger in the face of disease.
We had some raccoon damage in the rafters a few months back. While we were replacing the damaged cedar soffit, we decided to cap some window frames and also the beams which are part of our roof design.
While the window frames are in good shape - no rotten wood - some are single-pane. Consequently, I also got a window insert which attaches magnetically to the frame, and creates an air pocket for insulation. Just need to finish off the cedar siding.
I wanted to explore adding a rain sensor to my existing rainbird irrigation controls.
I thought about getting a 'normal' rain sensor, but in searching I found a smart solution that is meant to pull in super local weather station data about actual rainfall and incoming rain to then act as a rain sensor to shut down watering.
So I bought a Sprinkl Conserve.
Installation was super easy, 2-4 screws and 4 wires. Maybe 10 minutes with reading the instructions?
I just put it in yesterday, and no rain yet so the watering has maintained normal schedule, so any impressions of impact will have to wait.
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