So what CAN I do during this time?
  • Relax. Think of this as a time to slow down and do the things you’ve been wanting to do, but haven’t found the time. Remember, mental health is important to overall health and keeps your immune system stronger.
  • Enjoy the great outdoors. Go for a walk. Go on a bike ride. Take advantage of Summit County’s great trail system or other outdoor activities where you are not in close proximity to others.
  • Watch videos to learn and practice new skills – examples include arts, electronics, musical instruments, home projects, cooking etc.
  • Get creative with the food that sits in your cabinets and never gets eaten.
  • Learn a new musical instrument, or practice the one you’ve already picked up.
  • Read a book: The libraries may be closing, but with your library card you can still check out books online through the Libby by OverDrive app.
  • Find your library and enter your library card and pin. The pin is typically the first four digits of your birthdate. If you need additional help, you can go to the individual library website for more information.
  • The Henefer Remote Locker will remain active – go to for more information and to check out books from there.
  • Learn and/or practice meditation.
  • Work on spring cleaning. This can include ude cleaning and purging your drawers, cabinets, closets, rooms, or garage. Work outside to Harden your home against wildfire dangers – clean up leaves, grass and overgrowth.
  • Work on school work with your young children.
  • Use social media to communicate with friends and loved ones.
  • Play video games.

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1. If the Public Health Order was issued on Sunday, what does that mean for those who want to be in compliance for curbside service?
2. Why is Summit County not sharing the tracking history of the individuals who are infected?
3. What is the incubation period for COVID-19?
4. What do I do if I visited The Spur Bar and Grill between March 6 and March 13?
5. If I have Covid-19 symptoms, what should I do?
6. Is there going to be daily or weekly updates concerning COVID-19?
7. Why does Summit County not disclose the town within Summit County where cases have been confirmed?
8. So what CAN I do during this time?
9. How should I exercise social distancing?
10. What is community spread?