As millions of people adjust to working, learning and trying to live their normal lives from home, some jobs simply can’t be done from the confines of your living room. At first, being a Michigan Daily photographer seemed to be one of those jobs since all events and games had been canceled, not to mention social distancing prohibiting us from even leaving our houses. This means we’ve had to photograph what’s around us: quarantine.
Most of us have been adjusting to online classes in our new workspaces at home.
Some of us have taken on projects ranging from making face masks for local hospitals experiencing shortages to building skateboards.
We’ve also been getting outside and staying active.
Most importantly, we’ve been washing our hands, and we hope you are too!