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With Carnival parades cancelled, somebody had the bright idea to start the Krewe of House Floats to (a) make up for it and (b) to possibly offer work to unemployed float artisans. The results have gone beyond everyone's wildest imagination with 5,000+ people signing up in New Orleans, surrounding parishes, and around the world.

This is a detail of an installation that shows how many people are feeling these days, “Cuckoo from COVID”

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House decorated for Mardi Gras.  A white cardboard clock has a pink flamingo in the center and text which reads, "Cuckoo From Covid". Coronaland Linked Data Interactive Resource
Exterior of home in New Orleans at night, lit with purple, green, and yellow lights.  Cardboard cut outs of people raising hands and dancing are on the ground, and hanging above, suspended from a tree, is a cardboard cut out of a doctor. Coronaland Linked Data Interactive Resource
Front porch with Halloween decorations.  Two skeletons hold sign that says, "Six Feet When Possible, Y'all!".Coronaland Linked Data Interactive Resource

This item was submitted on February 1, 2021 by Brian Sands using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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