Remembering COVID-19
Every day becomes history, though some days are more memorable than others. We are living through a historic event that people will be studying a century from now. For this reason, the Monmouth County Historical Association would like to ask you to help us document some of your thoughts and experiences, which will then be archived under the digital collection “Remembering COVID-19.” Please email any images separately to digitalarchives@monmouthhistory.org. We are looking for images that depict the effect this event is having on your community, such as long lines, empty store shelves, or even the creative ways your family is adjusting at home to the new social distancing guidelines! Include your full name and town in the email so we can check your form for permission rights. Thanks for participating!
March 13th, 2020, Target store in Freehold
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When the first novel coronavirus cases were diagnosed in the US and began to dominate the news cycle, were you alarmed, or relatively confident that we would be able to contain it?
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Give a brief description of some of your thoughts as people began to test positive in Monmouth County.
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What kind of behavior changes did you begin to notice in your community as a result of concerns over the virus?
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In what ways have you been personally affected (for example, as an employee, a professional, a business owner, or at home)?
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What has surprised you the most about this event?
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Do you have a prediction for how this will play out in the next three months?
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Any words of wisdom that might help people through a difficult time such as this?
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