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Managing the stress of coronavirus

We’re here for you with information and support to keep yourself emotionally healthy so you can protect yourself and the people you care about.

We’re here to listen

With all the news about coronavirus, it’s natural to feel a little stressed. We’re helping you get through it with these programs and resources: 

 

Helping you keep your calm

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Helping you keep your calm

So much about COVID-19 IS unknown, so feeling a little fear, stress or anxiety is normal, and totally expected. So, through it all, be kind to yourself and remember you’re not alone.

 

It can help to remember:

 

  • It’s normal to feel anxious about safety for yourself, your family, friends and even strangers.
  • Deep sadness, grief and anger are normal reactions.
  • Owning your feelings can help you cope and stay strong.
  • Focusing on your strengths and abilities can help you deal.
  • It’s healthy to accept help from community programs and resources.
  • Everyone has different ways of coping and meeting their needs.

There are also many healthy things you can do to ease your stress, like limiting the time you spend watching the news, talking with a counselor, getting good rest and staying in touch with family and friends.

 

You can get current data and resources on COVID-19 by visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. 

Stay prepared with these resources

You’ve likely felt the affect COVID-19 has made on your everyday life. So, we’ve put together an array of national and local resources to help make this time a little easier.

Basic necessities

Emotional support

Delivery apps

Financial Assistance

Caregiver Resources

Housing

Fitness and Health

Websites for children

We’re here to support you Find out how

Stay informed

Visit the CDC Traveler’s Health website for the latest news.

 

Visit the CDC

Get state health info

Find testing info, updated case counts and more from your state’s health department.

 

Find state resources

Hear the latest

Learn how CVS Health is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

Visit CVS Health

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Information is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a physician or other health care professional.