What’s Happening Today – March 17, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Although people shouldn’t physically come together during the COVID-19 pandemic, they are really stepping up to help each other out. Now, the Blood Bank of Delmarva is in need of help. More than 100 blood drives have been cancelled, which means the need for blood is high. We learn why, even now, donating blood is easy and safe.
If you are paying attention to all the COVID-19 talk, you may be confused by the medical terms used. Peninsula Regional Medical Center is working to help clear up that confusion.
Those who rely on home health care may be concerned about how their condition is affected by the pandemic. We consult with Peninsula Home Care to see how they’re making sure that care is safe and consistent.
The stress of all that’s happening and worry about what could happen can really take a toll on everyone. How do you keep calm? DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli visits Soul Yoga Studio in Salisbury to learn some simple movements that can make you feel better, think better, and live better.
We haven’t forgotten that it is St. Patrick’s Day. Today, gardening expert Ginny Rosenkranz of the University of Maryland Extension office shows us why Shamrocks are great house plants.
We need your help. With fewer guests able to come into Historic Studio D for interviews, we have fewer opportunities to produce the new kickoff to our daily show called, “Showtime.” That’s where you come in. Get your smartphone and get creative. We are asking viewers to produce a short video that ends with the word, “showtime.” We ask that they are shot with the camera in landscape or the horizontal position and to not be more than 10 seconds. We will choose our favorites and add them to the show. It’s a great project to do while your kids are home from school. Send your video to firstname.lastname@example.org