Public Health director: Stress, anxiety are pandemic concerns
On the day in which Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that she would begin the process of “reopening the state,” Chickasaw County Public Health officials confirmed a fourth confirmed case of Coronavirus COVID-19.
And also on Friday, Public Health and Homecare Services Director Lisa Welter made a plea to residents to be on the lookout for stress and anxiety in their loved ones.
“For a lot of people, not being able to be around people is stressful,” Welter said, “and when you throw in all the economic uncertainty, one of the things I can’t stress enough is the importance of checking in with people, especially those who are home alone.”
For more on this story see the April 28 Tribune.