1. Try to maintain a normal schedule.
2. Exercise, either at home or a run outside.
3. Limit the time you spend on the internet and watching the news.
4. Have virtual dates with friends and family.
5. Stay connected with people through FaceTime, Skype or phone calls.


Missouri’s 24/7 hotline for COVID-19 information is cutting its overnight hours.

The hotline starts a 7 a.m.-9 p.m. schedule Thursday, though it will continue to accept calls seven days a week.

A news release from the state health department explained the change as a reaction to low demand in the hours that are being eliminated.

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The department said 93 percent of calls are already coming from 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

It also said the hotline is getting fewer calls than it has in the past.

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