You’ve seen the headlines.
Schools are improvising online and students are learning remotely. Theaters, hair salons, banks, gyms, restaurants and other businesses have closed their doors.
Many aspects of our lives have changed quickly, but many industries and professionals are working to ensure important aspects of society continue.
Truck drivers, emergency services and medical staff, grocery and restaurant employees and yes, utility workers, remain on the job.
Here are just some of those tweets we’ve seen in recent days and, at the end of this story, one great message from Hugh Jackman:
Colorado’s state health department thanked everyone for doing their part by jamming as many emojis as they could fit into Twitter’s 280-character limit.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock reminded us that we are all in this together. Cue the tissue.
Thank you to EVERYONE who is doing their part to help us get through this trying time in the life of our city, our nation and across the world. We will get to the other side of this, together. pic.twitter.com/9aCh5tBmbp
— Michael B. Hancock (@MayorHancock) March 23, 2020
Water agencies shared vital information on social media, including the safety of water and gentle nudges to only flush the three p’s (pee, poo and tp).
BOTTLED WATER RUSH UNNECESSARY:
The water provided by SAWS, as always, has been reliable & safe for use in your normal everyday activities.
👉🏼Our supply is 100% safe to drink
👉🏼We are a 24/7 operation & will continue to provide water to #satx under 𝗮𝗹𝗹 circumstances #txwater pic.twitter.com/8rFQfrnDuK
— 𝐒𝐀𝐖𝐒 🤲🏼🧼 (@MySAWS) March 13, 2020
• baby wipes are not flushable.
• paper towels are not flushable.
• tissues are not flushable.
• disinfecting wipes are not flushable.
• we are in this together.
— NE Oh Regional Sewer (@neorsd) March 17, 2020
And Denver Water shared these tweets.
— Denver Water 💦 (@DenverWater) March 17, 2020
We keep the water flowing!#Thankyou to the operations and maintenance teams.
— Denver Water 💦 (@DenverWater) March 20, 2020
Other organizations are also doing their part to share information and give us all a lift when we need it.
You asked and we listened! We promised we’re #bringingthezootoyou, & today’s first LIVE stream will be all things 🐘! We might all be socially distanced, but we can’t say the same thing about our 5 bachelor boys, who make up the largest Asian 🐘 bachelor herd in North America. pic.twitter.com/kUZ4GwCkM6
— Denver Zoo (@DenverZoo) March 18, 2020
— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 17, 2020
And, at the end of the story as promised, here is Wolverine, aka: Hugh Jackman, with his now-viral quote to “Wash your hands, but don’t keep the tap running.”