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How the Covid-19 Anniversary Might Mess With Your Head

It’s been a year since the U.S.’s first lockdowns. Disaster experts explain why that’s significant.

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Today is March 8, 2021. But somewhere on the internet, there’s undoubtedly someone marking it as another date — March 373rd. Or is it 374th?




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Colleen Hagerty

Colleen Hagerty

Colleen Hagerty is a freelance multimedia journalist specializing in disaster reporting. More at www.colleenhagerty.com.

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