The following images are a sample of what has been sent in by members of the community. For the sake of privacy, we have not included the names of those who submitted their stories to the COVID-19 Chronicles.
A butterfly perched on a window screen.
Easter dinner to go.
Creative home improvement.
Empty store shelves – a common sight during the pandemic.
The author in her natural habitat.
A sourdough experimentation.
Safety in style.
Newspaper staff continues to report the news from home.
Decatur parking deck on March 20, 2020.
Drawing made to inspire domestic health workers.
Gas prices at an all-time low.
Abandoned Northlake Mall parking lot.
Adjusted store hours and new safety guidelines at the grocery store.
A good time for outdoor exploration.
First time garden filled with blackberries, grapes, radishes, turnips, tomatoes, and more.
Helping with the neighborhood food drive.
The COVID-19 Chronicles2020-05-012021-06-04https://dekalbhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/dhc-logo-80x80.jpgDeKalb History Centerhttps://dekalbhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/the-covid-chronicles-1.png200px200px
DEKALB HISTORY CENTER
101 East Court Square
Decatur, Georgia 30030