COPING WITH COVID-19: NEW DAY, NEW SYMPTOM
Like millions worldwide, the Coronavirus was a newsroom, social conversation for me. Suddenly one day, it was a personal struggle.
“Be careful when reading health books; you may die of a misprint.” – Mark Twain
My Covid-19 experience
The night of June 13 marked the beginning of one of my most inconceivable experiences. (Not to be confused with the 1932 mystery thriller film – The Night of June 13. It is a real film; I am not making it up) I had just received the (not so) ‘positive’ call marking the beginning ofContinue reading “The “14-Day” Isolation: New Day, New Symptom”
It was the second week of January and there was buzz in the newsroom about a Chinese city called Wuhan. There were reports of some people getting sick with a ‘pneumonia of an unknown cause’. I began pitching the story to my news editor and continued tracking the news. This mysterious infection began to beContinue reading “The Covid-19 Week: Think ‘Positive’, Or Maybe Not”
It was business as usual for me as a journalist even as the world went into lockdown. Not too much had changed in the newsroom except the things we were doing to adapt to the ‘new normal’. That meant: masks on, sanitizer by our side, and working twice as hard. Everyday we witnessed something unprecedentedContinue reading “The Pre-Corona Newsroom”
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June 13… in some of the countries they dont like that number 13… it played in your life. unforgettable .this…
useful info Revathy . Actually when no fever …is it just simptoms from sour throat we need to be cautious…
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