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Quarantine Journal Assignment at Andover Summer

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Quarantine Journal Assignment at Andover Summer

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While students in the 2021 on-campus summer program at Phillips Academy Andover quarantined on campus for one week, I asked those enrolled in my "Medicine and Society" course to keep a journal in which they reflected on how their daily experiences were shaped by the program's COVID protocols. Those protocols included universal masking (indoors and outdoors), social distancing, grab-and-go food service, regular PCR testing, and more. For their JOTPY stories, some students chose to upload their entire journals, while others summarized their reflections over the week. On the day we uploaded our stories, the quarantine period came to end, and the students could enjoy a bit more social freedoms on and off campus.

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07/11/2021

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07/12/2021
07/13/2021
08/05/2021

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Going the Social Distance Linked Data Text
Dear Diary: A Quarantine Reflection Linked Data Text
The Pandemic Linked Data Text
Together, But Alone: Quarantine Life at Andover Linked Data Text
Quarantine with the Breakfast Club Linked Data Interactive Resource
Not Expecting the Reality Linked Data Interactive Resource

This item was submitted on July 11, 2021 by Tanya Sheehan using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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