How do you help young minds during a time of unprecedented stress brought on by a global pandemic? Berlin teacher Adrianne Oldham has the answer for her students online. Find out more in today’s edition of The Coronavirus Chronicle. This piece originally aired on March 30 and was replayed on April 14.
Unlike a lot of people who are able to work from home during this crisis, Victoria Houriet is outside on her bike most days, delivering food. In today’s Coronavirus Chronicle – Houriet, 20, from Argentina says she feels her job puts her in danger. This piece originally aired on April 9, 2020.
This April is a holy month for Christians, Jews and Muslims that would normally be one in which families and friends gather and people get together to pray. But how can the faithful observe their respective holidays given the COVID-19 pandemic? Also, what toll are the bans, closures and increasing isolation taking mentally on all of us?
Moritz Wolff is a professional rower who dreams of competing in the Olympics. But in the age of COVID-19 and social distancing, Wolff, along with many other German athletes, can’t keep up their normal training. Never mind that this year’s Olympic Games are postponed. We find out how he’s managing in today’s edition of The Coronavirus Chronicle.