How to avoid “COVID caution exhaustion” as communities open up again

KELOLAND Living

Even as we begin to emerge from our stay-at-home isolation, there are worrying signs that some people’s resolve to continue social distancing is flagging. It’s being called “COVID Caution Exhaustion” and it could potentially put you and others at risk. Life Coach Jo Hausman shares why it’s so easy to run out of steam to protect ourselves after so much time at home and why it’s so important to renew our commitment to staying safe.

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