May 26th Virtual Meeting
FFK's first virtual meeting was attended by 23 members. It was a great opportunity for these members to share with each other the experiences they had over the past two months.
Kaye Bultemier updated members on FFI position on travel for the remainder of 2020. All intentional journeys have been postponed until 2021.
Each Journey Coordinator also filled everyone in on the status of their individual journey.
A discussion was held reviewing possible alternatives for activities for the remainder of the summer. Decisions will be made when the county enters Phase Three.
The President has declared a National Emergency. The new coronavirus, COVID-19, is a pandemic. Reported illnesses range from very mild to severe, including death. Scientists and medical experts anticipate widespread transmission will occur in the U.S. in coming months and recommend social distancing, among other measures, to slow the spread. Call your doctor and stay home if you are sick.
Wash your hands frequently
Maintain social distancing when out keeping 6 feet from others.
Cover your mouth when sneezing or sneeze into your sleeve.
Stay at home as much as possible to avoid receiving or transmitting the virus to others.
Eat well, get adequate rest and get as much exercise as possible.
Knox County is now in Phase Two of the recoery process. Many businesses are now open, but residents are still strongly urged to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing.