The World Health Organization (WHO) recently held a media briefing on the best way to handle coronavirus.
They suggested a number of recommended actions individuals can take to get through this trying time.
One of the crucial things to remember is that we have to look after out mental health over the coming weeks.
WHO general director Tedros Adhanom said it’s perfectly normal to feel stressed, confused, and scared right now.
He advised that we talk to people we trust, and even help others in our community. Supporting those in need can help you as much it would them, he reasoned. So definitely be sure to check in with neighbours, family, and friends. While observing lockdown rules, of course.
Adhanom added that we should also “listen to music, read a book, or play a game,”
You can take that as doctors orders to chill out and play as many games as you want!