What Italy’s ‘Patient One’ Teaches Us
Controlling the pandemic will require reshaping family life in much of the world.
Mary Louise Kelly
Another lovely essay from
, quarantined in Paris. She writes of daily calls with loved ones. "Everyone is scared. Has there ever been another moment when so many of us shared the same forebodings at the same time?"
🙏I wrote a quiet essay on —The pathos of 🇮🇹's Patient 1—a story where life & death, pain & resilience are intertwined —The ways #COVID19 is reshaping families, including mine —Living alone in a pandemic —How hard it is when the people we❤️are on screens
What lessons can we learn from Italy's 'Patient One' about changes to family life? 🦠
‘Everyone is scared. Has there ever been another moment when so many of us shared the same forebodings at the same time?’: gorgeous
on, among other things, living alone during lockdown (can relate) & what closeness means ❤️