More and more people are going to hospitals because of the pandemic. A couple, Clara and Beau Green didn’t worry too much when their one-year-old daughter, Natalie Green, developed a low-grade fever. The baby tends to get sick more often than other kids and has needed medical care for the flu and the common cold.
Ever heard of the term “caremongering”? It is obviously not in the dictionary but caremongering is more than just a word. It is a movement initiated by kind Canadians to serve communities in the country which are most at risk of coronavirus, a pandemic that the world is currently battling with. The Opposite of Scaremongering
In times of crisis, victims and responders alike are often overwhelmed and under extreme pressure and stress. The support of the community will be crucial in helping the sick, shoring up spirits, augmenting limited resources, and providing relief to those on the front lines. This is particularly critical as the whole world battles with the