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These scary times are allowing for my life to slow down a bit, for things to be put into perspective while I self-isolate at home in Minnesota. It is also allowing me to continue focusing on my work with. Just yesterday, I was on an hour-long conference call with some of the Chicago Sausage shirt besides I will buy this top UNICEF officials discussing what they are doing and what needs to be done for the world’s most vulnerable children during this uncertain time. I was relieved to hear during the call that, to date, there are no confirmed cases in refugee camps. Since social distancing isn’t possible in camps, the impact of an outbreak would be devastating due to lack of resources, doctors, and supplies. I fear for the families who are now living in the same situation my family once was, in places like Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya where I was born.