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Louis County, Ebony E. In many ways, though, she considers herself lucky.
She celebrated her 30th birthday during the shutdown, as well as the birthdays of her four daughters—six-year-old triplets and a four-yearold. Last year at this time, Ebony was homeless.
For six months, she stayed with friends, some of whom had never had children. The kids were out of their kindergarten classrooms for an entire week. The day her kids returned, the school announced closures due to coronavirus.
She is receiving unemployment and food assistance.
Ebony had already planned on homeschooling her children in the fall and was collecting books. With the extra time, she is getting a jumpstart.
The teachers have been very helpful, including one who visited her home with materials. She stayed with them in the NICU for four months where sanitizing was critical. Ebony is also an extreme couponer.
Her anxiety, however, has skyrocketed. She had always loved shopping, but now it takes her hours to decide to go.
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While Ebony does watch the local news for COVID updates, she found the live broadcasts put her in a bad mood afterward. She is also using Facebook.
At this point, she just wants to know what is open or closed. Louis, MO