Olivia Croom Hammerman lives in Manhattan with her husband. She shares her experience living in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic.
Joseph Edwin Haeger shares this personal essay about the ups and downs experienced since news about the coronavirus pandemic first started circulating.
Emil Morales thinks about the impact of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and how history will look back on this time and the way we responded to it.
In an effort to contain the coronavirus, the CDC has enlisted an army of keyboard warriors named Karen.
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, pondering the pandemic and how to calm yourself while facing it.
I recently witnessed the visceral testing process for COVID-19. While waiting for my results, I started researching how far we’re off a vaccine.
Despite being told to self-quarantine, dating apps are seeing a considerable uptick in users. Let’s examine why that might be and also learn about a new player on the market.
So far, the coronavirus has been handled relatively sensibly. However, the pandemic has now turned Tom Hanks into a Toolie and forbade any travel to Europe. Fun fun.
Mike Pence, a man who claims smoking isn’t dangerous, is now in charge of the health of 327 million Americans. Should be fine.
Fake news is spreading alongside the coronavirus, as nonsense cures are doing the rounds. Coughs and sneezes may spread diseases, but so does clickbait. Beware!