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Posted on: May 16, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Greenburgh Library Covid-19 Memory project...and Mona Fraitags video living with Covid

Express your covid19 memories

Watch Mona Fraitag's video about living with Covid-19---her horrible experiences and worries about dog

Greenburgh Town Supervisor

Vincent Bonacci works for the Greenburgh Library.  He just set up a Covid-19 Memory project that just went live.  If you would like to share your observations and experiences - future generations will be most grateful.  Did you lose a loved one or friend to Covid-19? Did you test positive and survive? Tell us about your experiences. And tell your children’s grandchildren! We don’t want your experiences to be forgotten. 

Are you out of work? Facing financial problems because your business has been shut down?   Since the gyms are shut down, what are you doing for exercise?  Are you wearing masks? Do you social distance? If you are at a supermarket and someone isn’t wearing a mask or isn’t social distancing what is your reaction? Do you think the government is doing too much...or too little?   Do you have loved ones in nursing homes? How are they doing? Are you a Doctor, nurse, police officer? How does it feel to be spending so much time at home--with family?  If you are a student do you like Zoom learning? How have you used Zoom or facebook during this pandemic?

You can express yourself in this blog, share video’s, photos, etc.. 

So far 31,943 Westchester residents have tested positive. Almost 1,100 in uincorporated Greenburgh.  1,269 Westchester residents died from Covid-19. 120,046 people in Westchester took tests. 22,304 people in NYS are dead because of the illness. 

MONA FRAITAG’s VIDEO PRESENTATION TO THE GREENBURGH TO THE GREENBURGH TOWN BOARD CAN BE WATCHED ON THE FOLLOWING LINK.Mona, a member of the Greenburgh Planning Board, discusses living with Covid-19 with her husband, her worries about losing her life and what will happen to her dog in the following presentation to the Town Board

PAUL FEINERGreenburgh Town Supervisor

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