Olivia Croom Hammerman

When There’s a Worm in the Big Apple

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Olivia Croom Hammerman lives in Manhattan with her husband. She shares her experience living in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic.   COVID-19 is already here, they just haven’t found it. That was the general sentiment many New Yorkers had in early March when Seattle was going into crisis mode. Barely a month ago, as more cases started ... Read the full article

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