How to navigate life during the coronavirus pandemic

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    PHOTOS: Coronavirus tips and stay-at-home-hacks
    >>>Here’s what Houston residents are recommending people do to help navigate life during the coronavirus pandemic…

    PHOTOS: Coronavirus tips and stay-at-home-hacks
    >>>Here’s what Houston residents are recommending people do to help navigate life during the coronavirus pandemic…

    Photo: Godofredo A. Vásquez, Staff Photographer

Photo: Godofredo A. Vásquez, Staff Photographer

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PHOTOS: Coronavirus tips and stay-at-home-hacks
>>>Here’s what Houston residents are recommending people do to help navigate life during the coronavirus pandemic…

PHOTOS: Coronavirus tips and stay-at-home-hacks
>>>Here’s what Houston residents are recommending people do to help navigate life during the coronavirus pandemic…

Photo: Godofredo A. Vásquez, Staff Photographer

Houston readers share their coronavirus tips and stay-at-home hacks

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As of late Monday night, the first novel coronavirus-related death in Texas was reported and the number of Houston-area cases had risen to 29. 

To help stem the spread of the coronavirus, most Houston residents are hunkering down in their homes and avoiding public places. For the next fifteen days, all bars and clubs across Harris County are officially closed, and restaurants have been limited to takeout and delivery orders. Even traffic has died down across the city, leading to eerie scenes on usually crowded roads and places.

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Some residents have already been cooped up in their houses for days, some weeks. To help combat cabin fever and the anxiety that comes with facing a global health crisis, Chron.com asked readers for some coronavirus tips and stay-at-home hacks that can help others navigate this scary time.

Some of the responses we got were simple. Yes, you should wash your hands as much as possible. Yes, you should have your pantry stocked and prepped, but do not panic buy. But some of these tips you may not have ever thought of before, such as using natural light to avoid depression and sticking to a normal eating schedule.

Click through the photos above for coronavirus tips and stay-at-home hacks…

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Rebecca Hennes covers community news. Read her on our breaking news site, Chron.com, and on our subscriber site, houstonchronicle.com. | rebecca.hennes@chron.com 

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