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As of April 3rd, the CDC ranks NJ #2 in the country for positive novel coronavirus cases. Even with social distancing, the numbers are increasing. We have been told by the White House to brace for a “rough two weeks ahead”. What are your thoughts about this, and the projections we are receiving from government officials?
Statistics change as we learn more about the virus. The CDC currently estimates that 25% of carriers have no symptoms, and scientists cannot agree on the airborne distance of the virus. Will this change your behavior as you venture outdoors, or out to stores for necessities such as food? What have you been able to do to protect yourself up until this point?
We have been practicing social distancing since mid-March, and the White House recently issued an updated federal social distancing date of April 30th. In what ways have you been personally affected during this time (for example, as a student, an employee, a professional, a business owner, or at home)?
Has anything surprised you regarding societal attitudes or behaviors that you have witnessed, either positive or negative?
Do you have a prediction for how this will play out in the next three months? Long term?
Has anything unexpected come from the quarantine experience for you or your family? Challenges? Silver linings?
Any words of wisdom that might help people through a difficult time such as this?
We are looking for images of original artwork, as well as photos and videos that depict the effects this event is having on your community - especially the creative ways in which your family is adapting at home to the new social distancing guidelines!
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