Updated March 10, 2020.

Seeking and sharing knowledge is one of our core values here at Guru, and given the anxiety and misinformation around COVID-19, we’d like to share some trusted knowledge with you, wherever you are.

  1. Trusted news resources
  2. Hand (and phone) washing information
  3. Mental health resources
  4. Remote work tips
  5. Stress cooking recipes
  6. List of canceled events and conferences, and closed colleges and universities
  7. Strategy for internal corporate communications on COVID-19

If you have any trusted resources you’d like to see added to any of our Cards (or this post), please share them with us and we’ll add them!

First, here’s a list of reputable sources for information on the current state of the outbreak in the US and around the world:

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Looking for the best way to wash your hands or clean your phone? We’ve got you covered:

Your mental health is as important as your physical health, and the barrage of news around COVID-19 can feel overwhelming. Here are some resources to help you reestablish a safe feeling:

If you or your company is new to remote work, know that it can feel isolating. You’re not alone!

“One of the biggest challenges remote workers face is a lack of communication. While the water cooler may have been supplanted by the Keurig — or the keg, if we’re talking tech — the office meetup space has no true remote equivalent. Whether one person on your team is remote or all of them are, the impact is the same: even with the best of intentions, asynchronous chat communication just isn’t the same as in-person, real-time interactions. However, while in-person is the gold standard, that doesn’t mean that you can’t set remote employees up for a terrific experience.” — 4 Tips to Improve Communication in Remote Teams

By the way, stress baking is a thing! Want to make something new? Try these chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. If you need a recipe for chicken soup (and who doesn’t?), who better to look to than Ina Garten?

Were you due to attend an event or conference this spring? Here’s a running list of conferences and events that have been canceled.

Due to present anything at a college or university? Here's a list of institutions that are closed.

Finally, if you want to see what effective, clear, effective, and transparent corporate communications around an emerging situation like COVID-19 can look like, check out Coinbase’s updates. We were so impressed by this that we took the liberty of organizing this data into Public Cards for our audience:

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