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There is more. Koyano fears that her ex-husband, who shares custody, is not enforcing her rules of hand-washing, hand-sanitizing and near-isolation. She is also concerned by what appears to be a cavalier attitude among her neighbors, whose children she sees playing in groups at a nearby park when she walks her dogs. And exclusive dating agencies Corona she logs onto the internet, she wonders if she is even worrying about everything she should be worried about.
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He is keeping up with his regular therapy appointments. Mental health professionals in Seattle have been overwhelmed with work for the past month, and many are juggling their own concerns with the anxiety of their patients.
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She is channeling those feelings into positive experiences created to share with her family.
She is also planting a garden with her daughters. Hitch said. And now there is time.
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Kenney, 55, extending her arms, social distance be damned, to embrace a colleague.
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A few hours later, her situation had shifted yet again. Late Sunday night, Gov. Jay Inslee ed an emergency declaration ordering all bars and restaurants in Washington to close. Hettich said in a text message.
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