Voices of Our Region During COVID-19
We put the call out to hear from you. We want to know how you're doing, what you're doing and how COVID-19 is impacting your life.
Send a voice memo to email@example.com to share your story. Or call our Listener Line: 508 548-9600, x5.
The Point's recent program entitled "Reflections on a Pandemic" featured the essays of ten individuals. You can hear and read their work via this link.
Sarah Richards is a local music teacher who started offering free music classes for children once school doors closed. Her Facebook Page now has over 3,000 followers.
Many businesses are finding ways to adapt to stay open during the coronavirus epidemic. In Provincetown, owners of “The Canteen” Rob Anderson and Loic Rossignon have converted the restaurant space to serve take out but also act as a grocery store on Commercial street. – Rob takes WCAI on a tour of the restaurant to show how they have converted their space.
We asked Ralph Petty what motivated him to create masks for healthcare workers. He makes them with the help of his daughters.
Photographer Lee Geishecker is capturing the images of locals for the Front Steps Project, an effort that offers short portrait sessions, at a safe distance, in exchange for a donation to the Falmouth Service Center.
Cover photo courtesy of Jody Creel