The Coronavirus Chronicle #31: IN THE ZONE IN FRANCE

For Joanna Bridges, 59, and her husband, who live in a picturesque market town in the Pyrenees foothills, one challenge is the clampdown on being outdoors.
Bridges’ new job as a caregiver for a British woman suffering from dementia has become a balancing act.

 

The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is ending in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, where governments are trying to figure out how best to restart public life and work. So how are people managing this “new normal”?

For Joanna Bridges, 59, and her husband, who live in a picturesque market town in the Pyrenees foothills, one challenge is the clampdown on being outdoors.

Bridges’ new job as a caregiver for a British woman suffering from dementia has become a balancing act.

Find out more below:

 

“A barbecue feels like a big treat at the moment.”

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