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How to decrease social isolation while increasing physical distance, ideas?

Virtual Tours

San Diego Zoo:

Yellowstone National Park:


Great Wall of China:

Appalachian Trail:

National Parks Virtual Tours:

Live Cameras

San Diego Zoo Live Cameras:

Monterey Bay Aquarium:

Panda Cam:

Houston Zoo:

Georgia Aquarium:


British Museum, London:

Guggenheim Museum, NY:

National Gallery of Art, Washington DC:

Musee d’Orsay, Paris:

National Mueum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul:

Pergamon Museum, Berlin:

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam:

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam:

The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles:

Uffizi Gallery, Florence:

MSAP, Sao Paulo:

Open Heritage Sites from Around the world:

Blarney Castle and Gardens:

Other Entertainment:

Musicals you can watch at home:

Ballet Nova Center:


Home Exercise; Only do exercises according to your ability level.

Bodyweight exercises: Pushups, sit-ups, squats, jumping jacks, mountain climbers, burpees.

Just Dance 3:



Free Yoga Programs:

Guided Imagery:

How to Meditate:

Meditation for Anxiety:


Google play or apple apps:


Mindfulness coach


Free Online Courses

One month free trial:



New York City Library, free digital books-

Free Audio Books

Free Public Domain Books

Your local library has digital books and audio books to check out


Resources for Kids


Fun Brain:

Storyline Online:

Fun Science Experiments:

Just Dance 3:

Social Distancing — It Works!

Dr. Chris Ruser, the Chief of Primary Care at VA Connecticut sent out this message to VA colleagues.  During the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, the city of Philadelphia decided not to cancel their events, including a major parade. Whereas the sensible mid-western town of St. Louis took precautions by canceling large gatherings, closing schools, essentially all the social distancing we are currently attempting to create. Here’s how it turned out:

The fight isn’t over, and the disease will still spread, but working together we can flatten the curve and avoid overwhelming ourselves and our healthcare system.  If you don’t believe it, read this article: