The Coronavirus Chronicle #7: ‘A STRANGE FEELING’

For over a week now, Kathleen Bird has been under quarantine at home. The 64-year old conductor tested positive for COVID-19.

Photo courtesy of Kathleen Bird

As the biggest global health crisis in years threatens people around the world, turn to The Coronavirus Chronicle to find out how people in Berlin are coping.

For over a week now, Kathleen Bird has been under quarantine at home. The 64-year old conductor tested positive for COVID-19. Luckily, Kathleen has been feeling better over the past days and is no stranger to the isolation of quarantine. Listen below to find out more.

“I had a strange feeling in my body, that …something is passing through here,” says Bird, describing her illness. 

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