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Diary of a Pandemic: April 17, 2020

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Jean Gaumy Our daughter Marie and her children had been confined, infected with the virus for 12 days. Twelve hard days. We came as often as possible but it was not to enter their home. That day we had the su (...)
Emin Özmen I was walking to home in my street and I saw a group of men sitting inside an abandoned building where they generally gather to drink cay (Turkish traditional tea). After a little hesitation, I dec (...)
Lorenzo Meloni | NN11617235 Spedali Civili. Unit specialized in COVID-19, operates in an area specially built with tents and in the underground of the Hospital to receive infected patients. Brescia. Italy. March 16, 2020. © Lorenzo Meloni | Magnum Photos
Emin Özmen I was walking to home in my street and I saw a group of men siting inside an abandoned building where they generally gather to drink cay (Turkish traditional tea). After a little hesitation, I deci (...)
Cristina Garcia Rodero SPAIN. Madrid. April 8, 2020. Every day at 8 in the afternoon the balconies are filled to applaud the health workers for their courage, devotion and dedication so that there is hope of saving lives. © Cristina Garcia Rodero | Magnum Photos
Rafal Milach I had a long chat with my neighbour Mr. Ryszard yesterday. He’s one of the most cheerful people I know. We’ve been laughing a lot sitting 2 meters from one another in his urban garden. He showed me (...)
Alex Majoli Covid19 Crisis. Cleaning beds in Reggio Emilia hospital. Reggio Emilia. Italy. March 2nd, 2020. © Alex Majoli | Magnum Photos
Nanna Heitmann The life in my neighborhood, surrounded in soviet skyscrapers has always been quiet anonymous. Many neighbors left to the countryside to stay at their summer homes. I started to observe the ones wh (...)
Chien-Chi Chang Home during the Austria lockdown due to the global pandemic COVID-19. Austria. Graz. April 7, 2020. © Chien-Chi Chang | Magnum Photos
Lua Ribeira The Downs is one of the largest parks in Bristol and one of the few places that remains almost the same. The weather is changing, days are longer and for many, this field seems to be the most rewar (...)
Peter van Agtmael The changes in the neighborhood have been startling. One day, everyone was waiting on line for brunch, racing around the track, playing basketball, and luxuriating in the sun as spring began bloomi (...)
Jean Gaumy Coronavirus. Marie and her son Gaston, totally confined to the house. Both are infected with the virus, in this day the syntomps are very strong. Fecamp. Normandy. France. © Jean Gaumy | Magnum Photos
Lindokuhle Sobekwa Family is home, love and being together for me has changed because of the current crisis. We had to separate because the house is to small. My mother lives with my two nephews, brother, and two sis (...)
Sohrab Hura I live in a one room apartment on the terrace atop a residential building. Such rooftop apartments are called Barsati (derived from the word Barsat which means rain) It's a very Delhi thing, this w (...)
Cristina Garcia Rodero Every day at 8 in the afternoon the balconies are filled to applaud the health workers for their courage, devotion and dedication so that there is hope of saving lives. Madrid. Spain. April 8, 2020. © Cristina Garcia Rodero | Magnum Photos
Richard Kalvar Covid-19 corona virus. Stuck at home. Late afternoon drinks in the alleyway, making sure to keep at a safe distance. A man serves wine to a neighbor, pretending to wear a mask. Paris 75010. France. (...)
Bieke Depoorter I alternated editing my work with working in the garden and I am making some progress in both. I have no idea why it's the first time this year that I have done it. This quarantaine might be good i (...)
Richard Kalvar France. Paris 75010. Covid-19 corona virus. Stuck at home. Late afternoon drinks in the alleyway, making sure to keep at a safe distance. A man serves wine to a neighbor, pretending to wear a mask. (...)
Bieke Depoorter BELGIUM. Sint Amandsberg, Ghent. March 18, 2020. I alternated editing my work with working in the garden and I am making some progress in both. I have no idea why it's the first time this year that (...)