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My Life in Iran During Coronavirus

Despite being hard hit by Covid-19, human kindness prevails

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II came to Iran in April of last year. By now, my husband and I thought we’d be back home in the United States. But with Covid-19 ravaging the country and the rest of the world, our tickets have been canceled. At first, I felt very insecure about being here, even as it is becoming clear that nowhere is safe…




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Jennifer Green

Jennifer Green

An American woman living in Iran since 2018. Sharing stories of my life in Iran through the project “From Illinois to Iran”.

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