As COVID-19 forces them to slow down, families find joy in spending more time together

The COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 1.1 million people worldwide, including more than 223,000 in the United States. It’s wrecked the American economy and led to spikes in suicides and drug overdoses. Its devastation shouldn’t be minimized.

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Alexandra Hudson is an Indianapolis-based writer, a 2019 Novak Fellow and a Young Voices contributor. Follow her on Twitter: @LexiOHudson

Alexandra Hudson, an Indianapolis-based writer who has been published in TIME, The Wall Street Journal, Politico Magazine, and others outlets. She is the curator of A New American Renaissance, a monthly newsletter on social, moral and intellectual renewal, a 2019 Novak Fellow, and is currently writing a book on civility and civil society.