As citizens everywhere are urged to stay indoors amid the coronavirus outbreak, many are left stressed and anxious, wondering what to do and how they can help support their neighbors while still practicing social distancing.The pandemic has spread far and wide across the globe, and as of Friday morning, the number of those around the world infected by COVID-19 surpassed 275,000. As many citizens’ first instincts were to run to the stores and stock up on as many toilet paper rolls and gallons of water in reach, others have been left scrambling for necessities as stay-in-place orders are steadily becoming mandated by the government.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said older adults and people with serious underlying medical conditions are at a higher risk for complications from COVID-19. While families are instructed to nurture themselves and their loved ones first, there is also a desire to check in to see how our neighbors are feeling and what they’re in need of.Here are a number of ways you can support your neighbors while still protecting yourself.CORONAVIRUS: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE MYSTERIOUS ILLNES George Washington University School of Medicine students, Katie Coerdt, Paige Dekker, and Caitlin Merely sort canned food as

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