Divide in social interaction

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Divide in social interaction

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This photo speaks a lot about the current pandemic that is rapidly spreading among the world. I chose this photo because it represents how much we have taken seeing our loved ones and friends everyday to totally not seeing them at all in an instant. This photo I personally can relate to in a way. While I have been fortunate to not have any family members contract this virus, I still was not able to see any family or friends for months! This photo speaks for the pandemic because so many people are stuck in hospitals and they aren’t allowed any visitors. I feel we have all taken life a little bit for granted before this pandemic came along, but I also feel we have all learned more about our selves, lessons about life, and to always cherish time with family and friends because you never know what could happen.
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This is a photograph that I found it on a website of documented photos during the pandemic

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This item was submitted on August 17, 2020 by Maddison Sheerer using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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