Tell Ms.: Readers Share Stories of Hope During COVID-19

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We asked Ms. readers to share stories of how their communities are coming together and staying connected during the COVID-19 pandemic, and as this global health crisis has worsened, we’ve been overwhelmed by stories of generosity and kindness from our readers. Here, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites.

(Photo by Vera Davidova)

I am a fourth-year medical student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. In response to COVID-19, four of my classmates and I have joined together to lead efforts to organize student volunteers in many facets. One of our biggest efforts has been organizing childcare for healthcare workers who continue to work at the front lines of the pandemic. We are also volunteering with a local free clinic to deliver medications to uninsured patients who would not have access to life-sustaining medications otherwise. We are creating simple…

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