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WebsiteCompass 7 QUICK TIP: For a list of 10 free Netflix alternatives, visit cnet.com/how-to/ netflix-alternatives-10-best-free-movie-streaming-services . Free Board and Card Games The makers of the popular card game Cards Against Humanity were set to release a kid-friendly version in the fall but are offering it now for free. Just go to cardsagainsthumanityfamilyedition.com , download, and print. You can get more fun downloadable games at print-and-play.asmodee.fun . Exercise Classes Stay in shape while you stay at home. Try the 90-day free trial of the FitPass app from Echelon. You can get live and on-demand classes including cardio, core, Pilates, and Zumba workouts. The Peleton app is offering a similar deal. If you’re into yoga, check out the many virtual classes available on YouTube. Arts and Culture Visit Google’s Arts & Culture collection at artsandculture.google.com/partner?hl=en to go on virtual tours of hundreds of museums around the world. Or check out a new play every Thursday at the National Theater at Home YouTube channel, or a different encore presentation from the Live in HD series from the Metropolitan Opera each day. Streaming Specials Many streaming services are offering special deals during the pandemic, so do your research to see what’s currently available. For example, you may be able to watch content for a limited time without paying the subscription fee. Beware of Scammers Trying to Exploit COVID-19 Fears Scammers use every opportunity to try and trick you out of money or personal information, and the COVID-19 pandemic is a case in point. The U.S. Attorney General issued a warning about these coronavirus scams: • Scammers are selling fake cures and vaccines for COVID-19 online and engaging in other forms of fraud. • Phishing emails are being sent from entities posing as the World Health Organization (WHO) or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). • Malicious websites and apps ap- pear to share coronavirus-related information in order to gain access to your devices. • Scammers are seeking donations for illegitimate or non-existent charitable organizations. Other reported scams related to COVID-19 include fake e-commerce sites claiming to sell supplies in high demand such as hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and surgical masks. Scammers will keep your money but never provide the merchandise. Watch out for these scams and rely only on reputable sources for the products and information you need. Your favorite streaming, music, and gaming outlets are available to help you pass the time while safe at home. But did you know you can also virtually visit a museum, take exercise classes, and even play board games? Here are just a few of the many entertainment resources you might want to try. Some are even free! Being Home Doesn’t Have to Mean Being Bored

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