New York Times shows the realities of living with a spouse who has contracted coronavirus

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New York City has over 60% of the country’s coronavirus cases. With over 20,000 cases and almost 200 deaths, New York City has become the American epicenter of this pandemic. There are a million stories from the Naked City but this one is different. The story published by New York Times shows the realities of living with a spouse who has contracted Covid-19, the Coronavirus.

The “what if” scenarios depicted in this story are crazy. The choices, or lack thereof are shown. The conversations, the thought patterns, and the decisions are all detailed. It can happen to anyone, so it’s best to be prepared, at least prepared mentally.

In the world filled with negativity and pessimism, I created this website to showcase the positive news. But exceptions have to made for stories like this because it’s real. Any of us who go out for groceries can contract this virus. This article provides the grim reality of what happens when one does. Read it. Absorb it. And stay positive.

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