News 03.25.20

Tell us how COVID-19 has impacted your life

We want to hear directly from you.

By Innocence Staff

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted lives all around the world. As people across the U.S. practice social distancing to help slow the spread of COVID-19, many businesses have temporarily shuttered and the justice system has ground to a halt in many parts of the country.

In one way or another, we have all been touched by this pandemic, whether that means working from home or working on the frontlines. But for incarcerated people, formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones, the coronavirus has had a unique impact — and we want to hear directly from you how it’s changed your life.

How has the pandemic and the measures taken to help combat COVID-19 impacted your life and the lives of your friends and family? Are you unable to see your incarcerated loved one because visitations have been suspended? Are you working on the frontlines of the effort to fight the pandemic? Has the virus posed additional challenges to your everyday life?

Share your story with us through the appropriate link below:

If you are an exoneree, tell us your story here.

If you have a loved one who is currently incarcerated, tell us your story here

If you are working on the frontlines of this pandemic, tell us your story here.

 

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  2. Sally Kamal says:

    My life has improved tremendously due to Covid19. There’s no stress, no rush, no rat race, lots of time for self improvement, yoga, meditation, reading, quiet time, Rest, fresh air, no crime, no driving hassles. And so much more. I hope we can maintain this quiet life somehow. It’s better for our long term health.

    • Sarah Walker says:
      I agree with you %100! Now I'm less stressed because I can work on my own schedule and I don't need to wake up as early as i used to. This has also improved my mental health because now I can just stay home and relax as opposed to being forced to go out every single day even when I really didn't want to!

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