The Coronavirus Chronicle #1: SEPARATE, BUT TOGETHER

In the first edition of our new series The Coronavirus Chronicle, we check in with Brighid from Neukölln, who has a rather unique problem involving her living arrangements.

As the biggest global health crisis in years threatens people around the world, we are checking in with people in Berlin in our new series: The Coronavirus Chronicle.

Like Brighid Möller, 35, of Neukölln. She and her 3-year-old daughter are struggling to adjust to life in a city that is shutting down. She also has a rather unique problem involving her living arrangements. You can find out what that is by listening to the interview below.


“For a long time actually I was only laughing about it (the coronavirus) and then I felt like, ‘okay, maybe we should take it more seriously.”


Photo by Monika Mueller-Kroll

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