The Lockdown Guide
How to emotionally prepare for coronavirus quarantine
“It gets a little crazy in our house,” Travis Diener says.
Diener, a professional basketball player, lives in Cremona in the COVID-19 red zone of Lombardy, Italy, with his wife and three young children. They are living in lockdown; the kids have been off school for two weeks, and the family is following government advice: staying in their home and only venturing outside when necessary.
“‘Time flies’ – that’s the saying,” he says. “But in this situation it can go slow. The days are long.”
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