LifeToGo is proudly partnering with The Mental Health Coalition. The following is a from their Resource Library.

When your friend’s cough isn’t “just a cough” and their COVID test comes back positive, you may immediately rush into caretaker mode — from a distance, of course. If you don’t want to expose yourself, knowing how to check in on someone who has COVID is critical to helping them through a difficult time.

“Our best way to handle this is to be supportive by being present in their lives without physically being there,” says clinical psychologist Renee Solomon, Ph.D. That might mean checking in on them every day through text, food deliveries, or some combination of the two.