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Dr. Angela Chen, an emergency physician at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, diagnosed the city's first confirmed COVID-19 case last March. Dr. Angela Chen hide caption

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Dr. Angela Chen

Coronavirus Updates

ER Doctor Who Diagnosed First Confirmed NYC COVID-19 Case Reflects 1 Year Later

For four months last year, Dr. Angela Chen only saw her child through a window. A year into the global pandemic, the view is a different, but it's impossible to forget the memories of last spring.

Black Sands Bonobo
Prelude Bonobo
Symphony No. 9 in E minor ("From the New World"), B. 178 (Op. 95) (first published as No. 5) [Allegro con fuoco] Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Järvi (conductor)
Symphony No. 9 in E minor ("From the New World"), B. 178 (Op. 95) (first published as No. 5) [Molto vivace] Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Järvi (conductor)
Axis Joan Jeanrenaud
Time Poppy Ackroyd
The Calm Before Poppy Ackroyd
Lit Kiasmos
Thrown Kiasmos

Laraine Newman was a founding member of the improv group The Groundlings and an original Saturday Night Live cast member. She's now voiced dozens of animated characters. She's pictured above in Los Angeles in June 2015. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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From SNL To SpongeBob, Laraine Newman Chronicles 'Interesting Times'

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redemption The End of the Ocean
self The End of the Ocean

Keitra Bates stands outside of the original location of Marddy's in Atlanta. It's a shared kitchen where home cooks can prepare their goods, and collectively market them. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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'We Don't Have The Luxury To Fall Apart': Black Businesses Get Creative To Survive

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True North You. May. Die. In. The. Desert
Firefly Field Aso, Aviino, Middle School
Under the City Stars Aso, Aviino, Middle School

A sign posted in San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood on March 8 encourages people to call a police tip line if they witness a crime. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Asian Americans Experience 'Far More' Hate Incidents Than Numbers Indicate

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To Speak of Solitude Brambles
Arête Brambles
Anomaly: Mvt. VI Glenn Kotche, Kronos Quartet

Dr. Angela Chen, an emergency physician at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, diagnosed the city's first confirmed COVID-19 case last March. Dr. Angela Chen hide caption

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ER Doctor Who Diagnosed First Confirmed NYC COVID-19 Case Reflects 1 Year Later

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