Outstanding!I work as an assistant principal in an elementary school. We closed with a day's notice - we are into our 2nd week of working from home. Looks like we will remain closed the remainder of the year, and so it is coordinating online learning now for our staff. It is insanely busy, video conferencing with the superintendent and admin team, as well as our teacher teams every day, then calling families that need assistance. We are also providing breakfast and lunches to all kids under the age of 18 who live in the town, even if they do not attend our school. Crazy times, but I am thankful to still be earning a paycheck.
I don’t know you but I love you Captain. We are kindred spirits and the more the better IMO.I work in animal care, and am still going in - we work with some rescues as a fostering facility, and those dogs have to be taken cafe of. I might not be a ER doc, but I have clients who are, or are first responders, or other critical jobs who are freed up to do them because we’re still there. Another one of my clients is running an group offering support to immunocompromised folks who simply cannot catch this thing or they’re done for.
An upside of this line of work is that I ALWAYS treat everything I interact with as something that probably shouldn’t be rubbed on my face without being bleached, including my hands.