If You’re A Single Parent, Here’s What To Do If You Get COVID-19

Advice for Single Parents If You Contracted COVID.

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Safety Comes First

COVID-19 has stopped the entire world for over a year and has been the deadliest virus since the influenza virus in the 1920’s. Symptoms include; fever, chills, coughing, difficulty breathing, barely any fatigue, aches, and headaches. We’ve all received news from someone who contracted COVID-19 when it began and followed the rules once receiving it. Doctors and health experts all say that if you’ve been exposed to the virus, you need to see your health as top priority by improving or even training your immune system. Things like ingesting vitamins like; Vitamins B, C, D, and Iron. Finally there’s working out because the body does need to keep moving. The body itself forms toxins if it doesn’t move at a certain rate. If you keep yourself in your best shape, COVID-19 won’t be a problem for you but bear warning, you can still carry it and give it to someone else. So be responsible and self isolate as much as possible. Only go out if you need to and if you do so, please wear a mask

What To Do If Your Child Contracts COVID

If your child does get the coronavirus don’t worry. Children do much better with the virus than adults. If your child has asthma, a asthma pump needs to be nearby and the following information above should be applied. Remember to disinfect the entire household and always wash your hands. Health insurance is important in times like these as well and an emergency care giver from either a sibling, parent, or close relative should be kept in mind in case things get to severe. The vaccine is also available to the public which should be received as soon as possible.


1. How should I protect myself from COVID-19 at work?

Work areas may be a high risk area unless you’re at a work place where you need to be vaccinated to work. The rules of hygiene has also been up like regularly washing your hands, wearing a mask, and keeping at least 6 feet away from another person. People who are at high risk are people who are already sick since their immune system is low or anyone older than 60.

2. Are there any home COVID-19 tests?

Yes there is! There are now FDA-authorized COVID-19 tests available for purchase online. With the at-home tests, you’re allowed to get your results in just a few minutes alone.

3. Are there tests that can detect the Delta variant?

There are no tests that report the presence of the Delta variant. Most viruses mutate as time goes by but that doesn’t mean that scientists are giving up with finding an advanced cure to the current threat. They are looking for mutations that occur in the virus but can only suppress the damage that can be done to us. Everyone reacts to the virus depending who they are and should follow the same rules to not only take care of ourselves but those around us.

4. What should I do indoors with my child?

Besides school, studying for exams in school, watching television or even looking in front of the phone screen playing games can make bonding a little to challenging. These things are needed for personal mental function but it’s best to take a break in between. At least 5 minutes every half hour. Use this time to have them walk or do a brief work out like a set of 10 of push ups with sit ups. A seat outside in the sun can help improve your Vitamin D levels. As long as you remain active and focus on improving your body, you would be in the best shape when it comes to fighting the virus. Also remain in touch with your family by playing active games as well. This helps everyone remain together and enhance motivation for the upcoming healthy future.

5. If I vape or smoke cigarettes am I at higher risk of complications from COVID-19?

E-cigarette use can expose the lungs to toxic chemicals and increases the risk of respiratory infections, including pneumonia. Cigarette smoke is more severe and may need intensive care or it can even lead to your death.

6. Can an irrevocable trust be amended?

One thing you can do by is to remove assets you’ve written within the trust. You will still have the trust on file but it’ll be one that is empty. There’s also booking an appointment with the court through a trustee since he or she is responsible for making any adjustments as well in the trust even if it’s irrevocable. As long as there’s a good reason for the modification.

7. How long do you have to work to collect unemployment in NY?

According to the official ny.gov website, you need to be working for at least a month and in file at least $2,700 in wages.Your base period also needs to be higher than your quarter wages.

8. When should I make an advance directive?

The best time to make an advance directive is before you need one. In other words, before you become too sick to make your own decisions about what medical care you want to get or refuse.

9.  Can I make a handwritten will?

You can make handwritten Wills but some states have different procedures when it comes to this which makes the process itself more complicated. It’s best to get an official legal document from an estate attorney because it’s more organized, effective, and official.

10. Can I collect unemployment if I go to school?

To receive unemployment you need to document that you’re looking for work and enrolled in school to receive some benefits.

DISCLAIMER: The information provided in this blog is for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. The content of this blog may not reflect the most current legal developments. No attorney-client relationship is formed by reading this blog or contacting Morgan Legal Group.

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