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Please Remember to:

AVOID MEN                  M-mouth



Instead Follow Women

W- wash your hands

O- obey social distancing

M-mask up

E -exercise and eat well

N- no unnecessary traveling

ADVICE from a Dr. at St. Lukes Hospital

Medicines that are taken in isolation hospitals that you can do at home.

1. Vitamin C-1000

2. Vitamin E

3. From 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. sitting in the sunshine for 15-20 minutes

4. Egg meal once a day

5.Take a rest/sleep a minimun of 7-8 hours

6. Drink 1.5 liters of water daily

7. All meals should be warm (not cold)

8.Consume more alkaline foods

Such As:

bananas, Green lemons, Yellow Lemons, Avocado, Garlic, Mango, Tangerines, Pineapple, Watercress,  and oranges

Signs of Corona virus?

1. Itchy throat

2. Dry throat

3. High temperature

5. Shortness of breath

6. Loss of smell

And lemon with warm water eliminates the virus at the beginning before reaching the lungs.


Have you ever wondered how Queen TooToo makes her fabulous criss-cross hats? Now you can make you very own with these easy instructions!

You'll find the written instructions below, and you can also watch the video tutorial here:

After you make your criss-cross hat, we'd love to see it! Post a picture on social media and tag @RedHatSociety, or send your photo to [email protected]! Happy crafting! Materials needed:

1/2 yard of satin material per hat

1 pack window air conditioner insulating seal - 2 1/4" wide x 42" long (makes 2 hats)

Box cutter, scissors, or electric knife

Glue gun and glue sticks

Tape measure or ruler

Optional: embellishments of your choice

Cut satin material into 3 - 5 1/2" wide x 38" strips.

Cut off excess length from the window air conditioner insulating seal. Cut the insulation in half and then cut each half into 3 equal strips. It takes 3 strips to braid.

Hot glue each strip of satin material to each of the three strips of insulation. Glue one side flat and fold the other side over before gluing to make a smooth seam. This material will be somewhat loose. Be sure your seams are all on one side; this will be your back side.

Hot glue two of the covered strips together at the end where there are no ravels.

Hot glue the last covered strip to the top of the two you just glued side by side. Make it nice and flat. Hold to try with rubber band.

Begin to braid your three covered strips. I find the braid is prettier if you braid to the back instead of the front, and you can control the back (seam) side better.

At the end of your braid, hot glue the ends together. Hold to dry with a rubber band. Be careful not to put any glue anywhere else but in-between your braid. You do not want glue all over your beautiful hat band.

Cut off excess length of braid. Make a nice flat ending; if you have to cut off some foam so its not too thick, it's all good.

Match up the braid ends and measure your desired tightness of your hat around your head. You may want your hat band to be tight; you may want your hat band to be loose. Just remember, in time they do stretch. Hot glue it together where you'd like it to fit, and again, be sure not to out glue other than in-between the braids. Cut off the excess material.

Hot glue a band made from satin material to cover the part of the braid that is connected. Glue one end at a time, and try to keep your seams straight. Cover with any embellishments you would like, or wear it plain.

Now go wear your new hat band with pride - you made it! This is also a great inexpensive gift to make for friends. Be sure to share a picture on social media - we can't wait to see your creations!