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Portland Monthly Looks Back on One Year with the Coronavirus

February 26, 2021 Portland Monthly Season 2 Episode 7
Footnotes
Portland Monthly Looks Back on One Year with the Coronavirus
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Footnotes
Portland Monthly Looks Back on One Year with the Coronavirus
Feb 26, 2021 Season 2 Episode 7
Portland Monthly

The Oregon Health Authority announced the first presumptive case of coronavirus in the state on February 28, 2020. Since then, businesses have been shattered, mutual aid groups and volunteers have stepped up, a racial reckoning simmered to a boil, and hundreds of thousands of Americans have perished. 2020 has revealed the cracks in our healthcare system, brought out the kindness in us for those in need, and has individually and collectively shaped us into a different community. 

Today on Footnotes, Portland Monthly’s Marty Patail, Fiona McCann, Margaret Seiler, and Kathrine Chew Hamilton look back on one year of the coronavirus—how we’re coping, overcoming, and changing.

Guests 

  • Marty Patail, editor in chief
  • Fiona McCann, deputy editor 
  • Margaret Seiler, managing editor
  • Katherine Chew Hamilton, food editor
Show Notes

The Oregon Health Authority announced the first presumptive case of coronavirus in the state on February 28, 2020. Since then, businesses have been shattered, mutual aid groups and volunteers have stepped up, a racial reckoning simmered to a boil, and hundreds of thousands of Americans have perished. 2020 has revealed the cracks in our healthcare system, brought out the kindness in us for those in need, and has individually and collectively shaped us into a different community. 

Today on Footnotes, Portland Monthly’s Marty Patail, Fiona McCann, Margaret Seiler, and Kathrine Chew Hamilton look back on one year of the coronavirus—how we’re coping, overcoming, and changing.

Guests 

  • Marty Patail, editor in chief
  • Fiona McCann, deputy editor 
  • Margaret Seiler, managing editor
  • Katherine Chew Hamilton, food editor