the coronavirus diaries

Covid-19 scares, endless driving: Read 3 women candidates’ diaries ahead of Election Day

We asked two Republicans and a Democrat to chart their days leading up to Nov. 3

‘A winning spirit,’ fundraising and balancing motherhood: A 30-day diary of a Black woman running for Congress

Tabitha Johnson-Green is a Democrat running in Georgia

In-person classes, Internet snafus, melancholy hallways: This is what teaching in a pandemic is like

Read one teacher’s 30-day diary, plus responses from readers around the world

Anti-mask customers, happy hours and BLM protests: 30 days as a grocery store worker

A woman living in Southern California kept a diary as the state started reopening

‘A new terrifying reality’: 30 days being pregnant in a pandemic

Zoom baby showers, virtual birth classes and lingering sorrow

‘I do not have the luxury of staying home’: 30 days as a domestic worker in New York City

Days-long shifts, meditation and fearing she’ll be the next to get covid-19

A screaming toddler, no privacy and gratitude: 30 days in the world’s longest lockdown

I spent Italy’s strict lockdown with my toddler, husband, mother and a non-relative

Fear, fevers and reminders of love: 30 days as a medical resident in New York City

We asked a physician to keep a diary of working in the hardest-hit city in the country