What we can all do to support frontline Health Doers

Flattening the curve requires sacrifice, and no one knows that better than frontline Health Doers. But we can all support their work. No matter who you are and what you do, you have a role to play.

We can only reduce the spread of coronavirus if every individual does their part, and successful social distancing often depends on employment circumstances. Businesses and citizens are important parts of a larger system; during a pandemic, that system needs to be optimized to give Health Doers the best chance to help those in need. 

If you’re a concerned citizen, you’re probably seeing your own personal actions — like going for a jog or ordering takeout — through a completely new lens. And if you’re running a company or managing employees, you’re probably rethinking everything you learned in business school. In addition to protecting their companies, employers also need to rethink their role in society. It’s the ultimate test of putting stakeholders ahead of shareholders. In the United States, businesses are expected to provide healthcare coverage to employees, and in our current crisis, society is also expecting businesses to ensure the health and safety of employees and customers — and their families. 

The role of businesses

Looking after employees and customers

Looking after the business 

The role of citizens

Out and about

At home

Caring for your community