One year after COVID-19 hit Virginia, the Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking back at how the pandemic has shaped, changed and challenged all of us.

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A lot can change in a year. On St. Patrick’s Day 2020, Gov. Ralph Northam announced a ban on public gatherings of 10 or more people, including…

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The fabric of the neighborhood began to fray in mid-March once music no longer drifted in through open windows. Children, whose sole mission w…

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A year after Virginia’s first COVID-19 death, the virus has left a wake of almost 10,000 people who will never celebrate another birthday.

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Monica Murray lost her mom to COVID-19 in October as she and her family were still grieving the loss of her father nine months earlier to cancer.

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At the beginning of the pandemic, Jessica Corbett thought of herself as a successful working woman, juggling three kids, ages 8, 6 and 3, whil…

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Business was looking strong for Nadira Chase in early 2020.

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The way he sees it, he doesn’t deserve a shot if he can’t use it to help others.

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One year after COVID-19 hit Virginia, the Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking back at how the pandemic has shaped, changed and challenged all of us.

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One year after COVID-19 hit Virginia, the Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking back at how the pandemic has shaped, changed and challenged all of us.

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It all started innocently enough last March.

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A year ago in late February and early March, there was some concern about the coronavirus and the impact it could have on the economy. What a …

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The coronavirus pandemic changed how we live; mask-wearing mandates, extended stretches of isolation, working from home, and holidays, birthda…

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Every day for almost a year, I’ve wondered if the next time I report an increase in COVID-19 deaths, one of them will include my parents. In V…

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One year after COVID-19 hit Virginia, the Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking back at how the pandemic has shaped, changed and challenged all of us.

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My 11th-grade English teacher never let us use the word “things” when describing, well, things. He wanted us to use our vocabulary and imagina…

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“We’ve gone through a lot,” Bonnie Burke Ball said in a phone interview, “but if you aren’t laughing, you’re crying, and I’d rather be laughing.”

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Dr. Jim Wright knew that COVID-19 would come to Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, a nursing home in western Henrico County th…

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“We’ve just seen so much illness and death,” she said. “I’m shocked every day by how sick people are. Not just old people. One week a few months ago, all my patients were under 40. It’s just really shocking how unpredictable this virus is. It hits people differently. Some people don’t have any symptoms, while some people are massively ill.”