April 13, 2021

Reflections: COVID-19

March 2021 marked a year since the COVID-19 crisis began to dominate our lives. To mark that milestone, reporters from WFYI, Side Effects Public Media and IPB News are producing a series of non-narrated features that reflect on the pandemic's impact in Indiana and across the Midwest.

This is a collection of those stories.

Reflections: How A Year Of COVID-19 Affected America

A Timeline of COVID-19 In Indiana

Reflections: Happy To Be Alive After COVID Double-Lung Transplant
Reflections: Adapting To Address Food Insecurity
Reflections: How COVID Took A Toll On Nurse And Her Family


Watch: A Year Of COVID-19 In Indiana

Reflections: Doctor On Life And Death With COVID
Reflections: Struggling To Keep Daycare Doors Open Amid The Pandemic
Indiana Bus Driver, Instacart Shopper Reflects On Working Through A Pandemic
Reflections: How This Nurse Found Strength During COVID
One Year Of COVID-19 In Indiana
Essential Worker, Janitor Dennis Osborn Reflects On One Year Of COVID-19
Essential Worker, Butcher Juan Ruffin Reflects On One Year Of COVID-19
One Year Later, Family Of Southern Indiana's First COVID-19 Case Reflects On His Life
Despite Online Learning Challenges, Families Find Some Value In A Year At Home
What's It Been Like To Be A Teacher During A Year Of COVID-19?


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