It’s been nearly a year since COVID-19 came into our lives. It’s changed everything and forced all of us to stop and reconsider how we live day to day.
These considerations and adaptations are something the Us & Them team has carefully explored over the past year.
The Story Collider podcast — a show that features people telling true personal stories about their relationship with science — has been listening to Us & Them’s pandemic reports and invited host Trey Kay to share a story about how he’s lived and worked through the pandemic. They wanted to know what’s helped him make sense and get clarity on this whole COVID -19 experience.
The Us & Them episode is an excerpt from Trey’s contribution to The Story Collider’s COVID series.
This episode of Us & Them is presented with support from the West Virginia Humanities Council and the CRC Foundation.
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To listen to The Story Collider’s entire COVID series or any of their other great content, go to https://www.storycollider.org/.