How COVID-19 Changed The Trajectory of My Writing

Here’s what the death of a career looks like, and it’s not what you’d expect

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When I first heard about COVID-19, it was in January, on the news. “This is going to be a pandemic,” I said to my husband, who nodded briefly in response. We are both registered nurses, and as we watched the unfolding of the virus as it slowly spread…

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