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Outside of Trader Joe at Seaport

2020-04-19

Workers outside of Trader Joes measuring 6 feet

2020-04-19

A Puppy left in a car

2020-04-19

A staff outside of Dunkin Donuts

2020-04-12

Staff measuring 6 feet outside of Trader Joe's

2020-04-19

Woman resting on the bench in the Common

2020-04-19

Sunny Sunday at Seaport Front

2020-04-19

Two Men chatting at Boylston Station.

2020-04-19

2020-04-05

The key rack next to my front door, now we hang our masks there too.

2020-04-14

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, adjusts her mask before leaving for work. Neglecting to do so causes glasses to fog.

2020-04-28

A lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, Melissa 'Lis' Gorman's hand washing protocol is so intensive that she moisturizes her hands every night after work to repair the cracked and dry skin.

2020-04-28

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, discards one of many masks in a designated box in the backseat of her car.

2020-04-28

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, finds her glasses fogged up frequently throughout the day as a result of her mask becoming loose.

2020-04-28

Speech Language Pathologist providing treatment for COVID19 + patients at a Skilled Nursing Facility.

2020-04-30

A picture of some graffiti taken on a power transmission tower in the Burlington Landlocked Forest.

2020-05-02

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, dons her mask before leaving for work at 5:00am every morning.

2020-04-28

My mother, Helen Virginia Gutierrez Zwick, died unexpectedly on July 17, 2020. Her cause of death was COVID-19 pneumonia. After an article was published in The Miami Herald profiling her career in social work, the German magazine Der Spiegel reached out to me for an interview. My mother was one of 50 people profiled internationally, and one of four Americans featured in the cover story. The article, of course, is in German. I received my complimentary copy from the publisher October 19, 2020, mailed from Germany. The sympathy card is from a friend in Toronto, who mailed me two additional copies of the issue. Wear a mask.

2020-10-19

A story and photo of neighbors helping neighbors.

2020-04-17

My experience in lockdown in Argentina

2020-04-19

Emerson Endures: Documenting Our Shared COVID-19 Experience illustrates the affect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the Emerson College community; it contains original works created and submitted by faculty, staff, and students and includes writings, poetry, images, audio and video recordings, artwork, and other records illustrating the impact.

2020

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