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The new normal: Tell us what quarantine life looks like for you

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Quarantine life is taking its toll.

Some people are sneaking off to secret parties, some have escaped cities to ride out the pandemic in a more rural area or with family, some are locked down with their exes, and millions have lost their jobs.

That's not to mention the mental health implications — the effects of quarantine, while dependent on your situation, personality, and history, can cause psychological damage in the long-term.

We want to hear what quarantine life looks like for you — how you spend your days, if you've relocated, and how you're handling the stress.

Please share your story with us in the survey below.

 

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