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The photographs in this series were taken in New York City between April and June 2020. Photos:

Will We Ever Grasp the Enormity of the Pandemic?

As long as we focus on deaths and statistics, the bigger story of Covid-19 will go untold

OnOn Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Alex Goldstein, the founder of a Boston strategic-communications company, spent the entire day counting mail-in ballots for the Massachusetts presidential primary. He was locked into an unventilated…

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Eve Fairbanks’s essays appear in The Guardian Long Reads, The Washington Post, and other outlets. She is at work on a book about South Africa.

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