Participant 005 Community Conversations Interview and Song (The Corona Blues)



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Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey State Library



In an interview and musical rendition of "The Corona Blues," Participant 5 shares about techniques they used to manage life during the COVID-19 pandemic. The participant faces financial challenges due to COVID-19, but has started to grow vegetables in their garden to help battle food insecurity. The participant found comfort in playing various instruments and making music. In a post-pandemic world, the participant hopes for normalcy, but also does not want people to rush into it prematurely.


Acts of Kindness, COVID-19 Health Behaviors, Social and Economic Factors, Self-Care Strategies, Recommendations, Relationships, Frustrations with Lack of Adherence, Older Persons, Resilience, Unpredictability, Social Disconnect - Social Isolation and Loneliness, Financial_Economic (In)stability, Secondary Suffering and Trauma, New Jersey, Sussex Co. (N.J.), COVID-19 Pandemic



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