Quarantine Advice from Astronauts

As our planet sets forth on a new version of reality, astronauts-who have plenty of experience in quarantine and isolation-share their support and wisdom to help us keep calm in the face of the unknown. “One year ago, launching into space reinforced to me that the most important thing on Earth is the people you love,” tweeted NASA Astronaut Christina Koch. “Today, as we all stay close to home, I’m struck how that still couldn’t be more true.” Click the link below to read more advice from these isolation experts!

We at Red Canyon send our love to everyone being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the words of our CEO, “We will all get through this together.” Please take care!

Astronauts offer advice on keeping calm (and carrying on) amid coronavirus outbreak

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