Michelle Obama Shares Helpful Hints on How Her Followers Can Show up for Their Communities Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Michelle Obama has offered some tips and some words of advice for her followers on how they can make the world a better place amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama has given a few tips on how people can show care for each other amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Michelle Obama speaks with members of a local book group to discuss her book "Becoming" at the Tacoma Public Library main branch on March 24, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Michelle Obama speaks with members of a local book group to discuss her book "Becoming" at the Tacoma Public Library main branch on March 24, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Michelle took to her Instagram page with a slideshow presentation to state that individuals could sign up to tell people’s young children stories.

Michelle’s post comes just days after her husband, Barack Obama, had shown his appreciation for health care professionals who are working around the clock amid the pandemic.

She also mentioned that people can offer to pick up groceries for older adults, donate to restaurants offering free meals to first responders, and make a donation to local food banks.

While doing all these, the former FLOTUS didn't fail to remind her followers that it was okay for them to ask for help when necessary. The post, which has gotten over 400,000 likes, was captioned:

“Whatever you’re going through right now, I want you to know you aren’t alone. Even as we practice social distancing, this new normal is something we are figuring out together.”

 

Michelle’s post comes just days after her husband, Barack Obama, had shown his appreciation for health care professionals who are working around the clock amid the pandemic.

Per People, the former US President had focused on the story of Rachel Patzer, an epidemiologist at Emory University who was staying at home on maternity leave with her newborn baby and two young kids.

 

Rachel stated in a tweet that she and her husband, a physician in the emergency department, had decided for the latter to partake in treating coronavirus patients actively.

As of March 22, Worldometer reported that there were 9339 new cases and 117 further deaths in the United States.

 

With the new cases and new deaths topping 34,000, the federal government initiated the US National Guard in three of the hardest-hit states - California, Washington, and New York, CNN pointed out.

The site also noted that almost half all these cases – 16,887 – were in New York state, thus making it the epicenter of the United States outbreak.

With that in mind, New Yorkers, alongside millions of people in at least seven other American states, have faced new orders from their governors directed at keeping them indoors to avert further spread.

We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!

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