With cases of COVID-19 rising again, students must protect themselves and others in their community.
Nobody likes being cooped up for months on end. Isolation can harm your mental health, and make it harder for you to focus on your studies.
To help keep you safe and sane, we'd like to share a few tips on how you can self-quarantine effectively. Some are useful but temporary distractions; others are more long-term solutions.
You could learn a new skill, create a daily routine, or binge-watch Netflix with friends. Whatever you do, the goal should be to make self-quarantine feel like an obstacle to overcome rather than a source of existential dread.
Top Tips to Self-Quarantine
If you need a helpful guide for avoiding COVID-19 in college, here are the top tips to self-quarantine.
Evan Thompson is a Washington-based writer for TBS covering higher education. He has bylines in the Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, and others from his past life as a newspaper reporter.