USU Extension offers resources for challenges of COVID-19

Utah State University Extension service is providing a wealth of information for residents with questions regarding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (Photo courtesy of USU Extension)

LOGAN — The new coronavirus (COVID-19) has become a world-wide concern, with new travel restrictions and school and event cancellations daily. There are many factors to consider, from health and safety and sheltering in place, to food storage, talking to children about a pandemic and mental anxiety.

Utah State University Extension provides research-backed information to help Utah residents as they maneuver the challenges this new virus brings. The website https://extension.usu.edu/covid-19/ is a hub for Extension resources that includes videos, fact sheets, links and press releases.

Included are such areas as working and businesses, sanitation, food, self and social care, parenting, finance, emergency response and self-reliance. The site will be updated regularly to include new information.

Additional coronavirus resources include the Extension Facebook page at www.facebook.com/usuextension/ and Instagram online at www.instagram.com/usuextension/ the USU COVID-19 site online at https://dps.usu.edu/emergency/COVID-19/ and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention online at www.cdc.gov.