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Tell Your Story: How Are You Coping In The Coronavirus Economy?

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How are you doing financially as the coronavirus economy drags on into fall? We're listening.
LA Johnson, NPR

How are you doing financially as the coronavirus economy drags on into fall? We're listening.

It has been about five months since the U.S. economy ground to a halt, thanks to stay-at-home orders imposed to stop the spread of the coronavirus. NPR wants to know how the pandemic has affected your job situation, your household finances, your business if you have one and your ability to juggle work and child care.

Millions of people have had to seek unemployment benefits, business loans and other help to deal with the economic turmoil. Some employers have permanently closed their doors. And some schools are telling families to prepare again for distance learning.

As fall approaches, we want to know: How are you coping?

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