Two Helpful Covid Infographics for Working Moms

Lately it has been painful to be a working parent amid a pandemic trying to piece together childcare in light of schools announcing their plans to reopen. There are two specific charts that have made the rounds on my mom facebook groups that have been been extremely helpful to me. I want to share them with you in hopes that they will save you time as well.

Covid Risk Tolerance Infographic

​Like most of you, I have been living on various Facebook groups trying to piece together a “pod” of other families who are comfortable with the same level of Covid risk that we are. As you likely know, a “learning pod” is a small group of families pitching in to pay a certified teacher to come to one of our houses to teach all of our kids until we find a vaccine and life goes back to normal.

​In one of these mom groups, I found a very helpful infographic to make such arrangements. I’ve been using it to clarify expectations with other families we’re partnering with as well as our own family members.

Download it here.

A Covid Activities Risk Chart

What’s riskier, spending an hour at a playground or grocery shopping? The answer? Spending an hour at a playground, but not by much.​

The Texas Medical Association and Committee on Infectious Diseases have created a chart that ranks activities on their risk level for COVID-19.

Download it here.

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