COVID-19: How to Help

Under construction. When I get a chance, I’ll be using this page to list ways to help out in the struggle against COVID-19. Suggestions welcome. For now, here are a bunch of blog posts I’ve written on the subject, and some off-the-cuff items that I happened to see here and there. I’ll expand and organize as I get the time.

March 24, 2020: “What to Do When You’re Locked Down

March 28, 2020: “More You Can Do While You’re Locked Down

April 12, 2020: “Daniel Tillett’s Attenuated SARS-COV-2 Strain Proposal.” Seeking comment from qualified research biologists or entrepreneurs on whether or how to enact this proposal.

April 12, 2020: “Call for Plasma Donations: Mt. Sinai-Valley Health, Paramus, New Jersey.”

April 16, 2020: “Social Distancing and Self-Service Gas” (specific to New Jersey, but worth lobbying for; my impression is that de facto, many people are defying the law and pumping their own gas).

April 18, 2020: “Protest and Pandemic at Sea” (thoughts on how to hold law enforcement and local officials to account without subverting efforts to enforce social distancing).

April 26, 2020: “Farewell, Mr. President“: suggestions on how to deal with Donald Trump.

Nicholas Kristof, “Here’s How You Can Change Lives in the Pandemic,The New York Times, April 25, 2020.

Mutual New Jersey (mutual aid network). Thanks to Susan Gordon and Theresa Markila for this suggestion.

Via Lori Sweetwood, Challenges Psychological Services (West Long Branch, New Jersey). Thanks to Khadijah Hameed for the suggestion.


Last revised: April 28, 2020. 

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