Voices from the Coronavirus Crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe, PEOPLE talks to individuals who are facing unique challenges and often unthinkable circumstances as a result of COVID-19

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PEOPLE Readers on the Loved Ones Who've Helped Them Get Through the Pandemic, One Year Later

We asked our Community users to tell us who they leaned on during their toughest days. Want to share your story? Text us at 212-479-1704

NBC's Vicky Nguyen: Here's How We Can Combat Anti-Asian Racism Together

PEOPLE's Voices from the Fight Against Racism will amplify perspectives on the push for equality and justice

Married ICU Doctors Receive Their Coronavirus Vaccines Together: 'A Signature Moment in Our Lives'

Married since 1996, Drs. Linda Kirschenbaum, 57, and Charles Carpati, 62, together run the Critical Care Unit at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City

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One Woman on the Stress of Living with Chronic Illness During a Pandemic: 'It's Okay Not to Be Okay'

Rheumatoid arthritis is a painful, debilitating and often-misunderstood disease. Courtney Brisco, a 30-year-old former medical assistant from Little Rock, Arkansas, gives her first-person account of what it's like to live with the chronic illness, as told to PEOPLE

28-Year-Old ER Doctor Hospitalized for COVID: 'I Want People to Understand How Serious This Is'

Dave Burkard went from running five times a week and treating COVID-19 patients to struggling to breathe after he contracted the virus himself

Radio Host Farheen Raza Says Faulty Coronavirus Testing Caused Mental Health Struggles

PEOPLE's Voices from the Coronavirus Crisis will share firsthand accounts of the people facing unique challenges during the pandemic