Here comes the COVID novel.
After 45 minutes lying face down, successfully repressing my emotions, I decide I need to do something to make myself feel better. I land on riding my bike — a good chance to get some exercise, take my mind off things, and practice my grueling new commute.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools across the country to close, students find themselves learning online rather than in the classroom.
As factories close, highways empty, and billions remain trapped at home, emissions have dropped sharply.
Fruits and vegetables are fertile ground for artistic expression.
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