In this video, Acting Secretary Chad Wolf thanks you, the men and women of DHS, for your brave and tireless work to fight against the spread of coronavirus and to protect the homeland. The Acting Secretary discusses all the measures that the Department is taking to ensure your safety during this crisis and emphasizes that we are all one team, have one mission, and are one DHS.
As the presence of COVID-19 continues to affect people in the United States and around the world, many cities and states have adapted shelter-in-place restrictions to slow the spread of the virus. While these measures are designed to save lives, they are also having a real impact on many aspects of our society. One critical aspect that is affected is the country’s blood supply.
Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. Children and teens react, in part, based on what they see from the adults around them. When parents and caregivers deal with a situation calmly and confidently, they can provide the best support for their children.
Adapting to these new situations can push us out of our routines and comfort zones, and now more than ever, it is critical we stay healthy for ourselves, our loved ones, and the Nation we serve.
Many of us are making the transition to full-time telework as we practice social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. There are some important factors you should keep in mind when setting up your home office.
Cybercriminals continue to heavily exploit the COVID-19 pandemic for financial gain.
In this brief video, Acting Secretary Chad Wolf addresses the Department’s workforce, outlining efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus, including a “broad-based telework strategy” that allows the men and women of DHS to continue to protect the homeland while safeguarding their own health and security.
At DHS, we have many resources to help deal with stress, managing finances, childcare and eldercare concerns, mental fitness, and social well-being.
Federal, state, and local governments are working to respond to the growing public health threat of coronavirus, or COVID-19.