Greetings readers I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend 🙂 did you know that the CDC is California aims to fully reopen June 15th 2021, The move forward comes as the state has reached 20 million vaccinations, including 4 million in its hardest-hit communities. Masking and vaccinations will continue. Hospitalization rates must stay low and vaccination availability high for the state to fully reopen. CDC states When California fully reopens the economy, the state will move beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Common-sense health measures such as masking will remain across the state. Testing or vaccination verification requirements will remain in relevant settings. Additionally: Schools and institutions of higher education should conduct full-time, in person instruction, in compliance with Cal/OSHA emergency temporary standards and public health guidelines.

Workplaces promote policies that reduce risk, including improved indoor ventilation, and mask wearing in indoor and other high-risk settings as well as remote work when possible without impacting business operations. Californians and travelers will be subject to any current CDPH and CDC travel restrictions. This is not only a concern for the general public this is a concern for our Jewels who are Homeless, and run ways:( It is estimated that 6 to 7% of youth run away from home each year – more than 1.5 million children and adolescents annually also the National Runaway Safeline reports that between 1.6 million and 2.8 million youth run away each year. In 2017, of the 27,000 missing child cases reported to the Center, 91% were for endangered runaways. I was reading an article regarding statitics,that running away is most common among young teenagers. The peak ages for running away are between 13 and 15 years. However, there are also significant numbers of very young children who run away. 65 Max Foundation is focused to help give the resources to at risk youth who are homeless and endangered runaways, as the President of my foundation I am paasionate to get the message out in the universe because it is vital and so important for our girls to have an outlet to go and to seek the resources to feel safe from the outside world that comes with not only obstacles and challenges. While abuse is the main reason why youth leave their homes, there are often contributing factors that make the physical, emotional, or sexual abuse worse. Physical abuse and a bad school life can drive a teen away, or sexual abuse because of an unstable home life can cause a child to reach a breaking point. I want anyone who are faced with being homeless or who has ran away from home and needs help by reaching out at This Hotline is open 24/7. If you’re still considering running away, call them first at 1-800-786-2929. Or, you can visit the Safeline website at: The National Runaway Safeline will help you find runaway shelters near you or other safe living situations. As we all are faced with such uncertainty there is hope and light at the end of the road. Any Jewel would like to reach me or if you would like to talk about it you can contact me at and as always Jewels if I do not have the resources I will help get the resources that are needed for you to be safe until next time readers I have reached my destination and I leave you with this quote peace, love and happiness 🙂 do have a wonderful day.