People around the world are adjusting to life under new guidelines put in place to combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Jacqueline Laurita shared how her 10-year-old son, Nicholas, who was diagnosed with autism, is coping with the changes to his daily routine amid the coronavirus pandemic. "He’s doing pretty good," Jacqueline told one fan on Twitter on March 19. "He just asks to go to school everyday."
Jacqueline moved from New Jersey to Las Vegas in the summer of 2019, along with Nicholas, her husband Chris Laurita, and their eldest son, CJ. The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum shared on Instagram in August that Nicholas was "REALLY loving" his new school and was "adjusting well" after the cross-country move.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that all schools in the state would be closed from March 16 until April 6 in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Jacqueline also tweeted an update on what life has been like in Las Vegas amid the outbreak, including some of the types of businesses that are closed.
However, Jacqueline has been keeping busy while staying home. On Twitter, she listed all of the activities she has been doing to stay preoccupied: "Cleaning, organizing, eating, drinking, working out, reading, listening to podcasts, watching TV, Netflix, puzzles, FaceTiming friends, family time."
For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.
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