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A simple, yet personal account of Covid-19 by Marcello Aedo a UCF student from Miami, FL.
An inside interview with Carmen Santana RN, on her past life, her family. Now being a Registered Nurse during the covid crisis, carmen explains the struggles she has at work and dealing with positive covid 19 patients. Also carmen talks...
Interviewing Grace about how the pandemic has shaped how she interacts with people.
In this interview we talked about COVID and the impact it has on society.
We hope to represent athletes and coaches who had their football, baseball, swimming, and other programs affected by COVID
We discuss political and social issues in addition to covering personal background information.
In this recording I talked about changes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The impacts of COVID-19 on everyday life, research, and the future
my brother answers the questions faster because he made it simple with enough answer and it gave us to understand that the pandemic made people change physically mentally and economically and that before we were freer
As students in highschool, our lives have been dramatically affected by the corona virus, but we have adapted and found a new sense of normalcy.
In this interview I asked my little brother about how he felt about the pandemic initially vs now, and how it’s effected him academically.
TJ has always led an active life full of running, biking, working out and travel. All of that has come to an abrupt halt now that she is battling long covid. She is unable to do most of the things...
I ask my brother about some personal things about him and people around him. Then asked him about things with COVID-19.
How are our children? We think younger kids (ages 10-13) are happy, childish, innocent, but in reality they might be the ones we need to focus on. Do we even think to ask how they feel?