In order to give a fuller picture of life during this pandemic, I've chosen a series of vignettes to illustrate the many new realities and challenges Americans faced.
Two angry men attacked Trader Joe's employees in a Manhattan store after the customers refused to wear face masks.
An employee at McDonald's was grabbed and assaulted by a customer after she told him he would have to wear a mask in the drive-thru.
A woman traveling to Las Vegas struck an American Airlines employee after she was denied boarding for not wearing a mask.
Infection rates are growing steadily as schools attempt to reopen.
A Georgia school district had to quarantine 900 students and staff members because of possible exposure to the coronavirus.
The hard hit school had a photo (shown here) of students walking in a hallway without face masks that went viral on the net.
Classes were set to start tomorrow in a school district outside Phoenix, Arizona, but were canceled after teachers staged a "sick out" in protest.
Judge sets hearing in Florida School Reopening Lawsuit. This coming Thursday there'll be a hearing about Education Commissioner's mandate that school reopen campuses.
The Florida Education Association teacher's union is challenging the mandate alleging it violates the State Constitution guarding Floridians right to safe and secure public education.
Lawmakers from both parties and postal union leaders have been sounding the alarm about the major Trump donor's intention to slow down the postal service prior to the November elections, in a blatant effort to help Trump discredit the mail-in process.
Quote for the Day: "Remember: a story is not a vignette. It has a beginning, middle, and end. It is not merely a snapshot in time." -Chuck Wendig