Participant 576 Community Conversations Written Interview



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Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey State Library



In this written interview, Participant 576 shares that the COVID-19 pandemic has enabled them to have a calmer life where they can spend more time with family. They share that they relied on online resources for COVID-19-related information. The participant writes that they struggled with food insecurity but received food donations through different organizations.


COVID-19 Health Behaviors, Social Re-Connect, Social and Economic Factors, Negative Mental Health Outcomes, Those Left out of Virus Response, Undocumented Individuals, Acts of Kindness, Food Insecurity, Digital Divide, Resources Needed, View of NJ Government's Response to the Pandemic, Parents or Guardians or Caregivers Functioning as Teachers, Secondary Suffering and Trauma, Financial_Economic (In)stability, Vaccine for COVID-19, Challenges with Remote Schooling_Virtual Learning for Children, Social Disconnect - Social Isolation and Loneliness, Resilience, Self-Care Strategies, Unpredictability, Religion or Spirituality, Essex Co. (N.J.), New Jersey, COVID-19 Pandemic