2020 Coronavirus Diary

When the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Pandemic happened in 2020, I was living in New York City, the epicenter of the virus when the outbreak first happened. In order to keep my readers informed on how I was doing in this epicenter, and how New York City and State were doing, I gave weekly updates. You can find the weekly updates below:

My Final Coronavirus Update From New York City (For Now, and Hopefully Forever): June 25, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: June 18, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: June 11, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: June 4, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: May 27, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: May 21, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: May 14, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: May 7, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: April 30, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: April 23, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: April 16, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: April 9, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: April 2, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: March 26, 2020

Coronavirus Update From New York City: March 19, 2020

Additionally, I wrote several other blog posts that have to do with the coronavirus, either directly or indirectly. Here is a list of such posts (along with short previews of what these posts talk about):

How Issues of Injustice Influenced My Presidential Pick-October 26, 2020. This post talks about who I voted for in the 2020 United States Presidential Election, and why.

Homelessness, Bathrooms, and COVID-September 28, 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the under-the-radar issues was the number of public restrooms shut down during the virus. That has been an issue for individuals experiencing homelessness. This post is also in the section for economic injustice.

The Real Issue Exposed by the Unemployment Benefits Debate in the United States-August 10, 2020. During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, there was debate over whether unemployment benefits were too large. This post talks about a different issue related to unemployment benefits that many weren’t talking about. This post is also in the economic injustice section of the blog website.

Shared Post: On COVID, Part 5000-August 6, 2020. This shared post talks about the consequences of overwhelmed hospitals for people with disabilities.

Want to “Support Our Health Workers”? Here are Some Tangible Ways to Do So.-August 3, 2020. During the coronavirus pandemic, many of us wanted to thank our health workers. However, there are some tangible actions that could show genuine appreciation for our health workers.

Addressing the Rise in Coronavirus Cases in Some States-June 29, 2020. This post talks about the real cause for concern with the coronavirus in June 2020.

Did You Get Money You Don’t Need From the Feds? Here Are Some Ideas of Where to Donate It.-April 27, 2020. In April 2020, American taxpayers got money from the federal government, regardless of whether people needed it or not. This post gave ideas on where to donate that money you received if you didn’t need it.

On Litter and the Coronavirus-April 20, 2020. One of the seldom-discussed issues with the coronavirus was the littering of items, particularly personal protective equipment such as masks and gloves.

Wealth Over Health: It’s Not Just a Trump Thing-April 13, 2020. Donald Trump, who was president during the coronavirus, was criticized for having an attitude of “wealth over health.” This post explains how such attitudes don’t just exist with Trump…they’re widespread.

How Not to Respond, and How to Respond, to the Coronavirus-March 16, 2020. Just as the coronavirus situation was going downhill in New York, I wrote this post on how not to respond and how to respond to the coronavirus.

On the Refrain of “Don’t Go to Work if You’re Sick”-March 9, 2020. As the coronavirus situation was going downhill, people were being told to not go to work if you’re sick. This post explains why it was easier said than done for some people to follow that advice.