Walk With a Doc Goes Virtual During Pandemic

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Although it’s recommended people stay in their homes to slow the spread of COVID-19, going for a walk or a run is still encouraged as a way to stay healthy. 

In this time of social distancing, Walk With a Doc, a national organization that promotes physicians walking within their community, is still going strong with virtual walks. 

Every Saturday morning, Walk With a Doc headquarters will post a video on its website of a virtual walk. Organization leaders from around the world, including Texas walk leaders, will share updates on COVID-19 and other important health topics as they stroll. 

There are several ways you can participate:

  • Visit the website to check out the most recent video;
  • Click Here to receive each week’s video via email;
  • Watch all virtual events on YouTube; and
  • Of course, just walk (but stay at least six feet away from other walkers). 

Find more information about Walk With a Doc Texas on the Texas Medical Association website. TMA is one of the nation’s leaders in sponsoring physicians who want to become walk leaders. 

Find the latest news, resources, and government guidance on the coronavirus outbreak by visiting TMA’s COVID-19 Resource Center regularly.

Last Updated On

April 07, 2020

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