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Tag Archives: The Pandemic is Personal

The Pandemic is Personal: Ed Hodapp on staying at home in America’s wealthiest city

Excerpt: A Sammamish resident discusses what it's like to live with two other people who are also at higher than average risk from COVID-19 under one roof.
Written by:Ed Hodapp
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Economic Security, Healthcare, Series & Special Reports, World Commmunity
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The Pandemic is Personal: Theresa Curry Almuti of NPI on pregnancy during COVID-19

Excerpt: NPI's Documentary Advocate writes about what it's like to be pregnant during the worst pandemic that the world has seen since the early twentieth century.
Written by:Theresa Curry Almuti
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Healthcare
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The Pandemic is Personal: Sedro-Woolley’s Germaine Kornegay on small town resilience

Excerpt: One of Skagit County's local elected officials writes about what it's like to live in a rural community during a time of great stress and hardship.
Written by:Germaine Kornegay
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Economic Security, Healthcare, Series & Special Reports, World Commmunity
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The Pandemic is Personal: David Johnson of NPI on rooming during a public health crisis

Excerpt: NPI's Literary Advocate writes about what it's like to live with housemates during the worst public health emergency the United States has seen in decades.
Written by:David A Johnson
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Economic Security, Healthcare, Series & Special Reports, World Commmunity
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