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Tamika Hudson, left, and Sara Obrist. social workers at Upstate University Hospital
Tamika Hudson, left, and Sara Obrist. social workers at Upstate University Hospital

Social workers care for the caregivers during pandemic; their tips can work for the public as well

Sara Obrist and Tamika Hudson talk about ways to keep yourself on track during times of stress: maintaining a routine, including some activity and staying connected. They are part of a team of social workers at Upstate University Hospital who are providing support to staff members during the coronavirus pandemic.

Note: If you are running a fever along with a cough or shortness of breath and are concerned about a possible coronavirus infection, contact your primary care doctor. If do not have a primary care doctor or are uninsured, call the Upstate COVID-19 hotline at 315-464-3979, and someone will tell you whether you should be tested. The number will be staffed from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. For questions about the disease, call the New York State Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline at 888-364-3065. Click here for COVID-19 information from Upstate.

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