CLEVELAND — 3News' Sara Shookman will begin anchoring from home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

It's been an ongoing conversation for the past few days, at WKYC Studios and at Sara's home with her husband, family, and doctor. 

The coronavirus pandemic and what we know about it is changing by the day. As a precaution, Sara will be anchoring from home following Tuesday's 11 p.m. newscast. 

On Monday's What's Next, we shared advice on how all pregnant women should approach this. While Sara never thought her job was one that could be done from home, maybe it can. 

With the onset of this disease,we're learning that many of the jobs we hold can be flexible—at least for the moment.  These are challenging times for all us, but we think we're up to the challenge.

Sara will anchor the 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. while also working with 3 News behind the scenes.

These are unprecedented times, and as Dr. Amy Acton has said so well, we all need to do our part to flatten the curve and protect those most vulnerable, because it is making a difference.

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