We Invite You To Tell Your COVID-19 Story


How have you and your family been faring during the coronavirus pandemic?

Have you, or a family member, contracted the virus, and, if so, how did it affect you? Were you one of those who had to be hospitalized? Worse yet, did you lose a loved one or close friend to the virus?

We invite you, if you would like, to tell your story. Perhaps your story will offer insights to others in the community who have not experienced sickness or loss as a result of the virus.

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