Stay Strong, Wichita

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Stay Strong, Wichita

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An electronic billboard at a shopping center along Maize Road in west Wichita, Kansas, encouraging citizens to weather the crisis and look forward to better days. The sign incorporates the city's emblem with a blue heart added in its center.

*Aaron Peterka, Northeastern University

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Massachusetts COVID-19 Order No. 45 - Mandatory Quarantine Order for Outside Travelers Linked Data Text
Massachusetts COVID-19 Executive Order No. 38 Linked Data Text
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