Reading Mary McCauley’s article, “From sidewalk serenades to virtual theater, Baltimore arts groups reach out amid coronavirus pandemic” (March 27), demonstrates just how much of a community Maryland still is during this outbreak.
Seeing cities like New York reel from outbreaks with streets becoming empty has an eerie quality that luckily isn’t happening here in Maryland. Although safety from the virus remains the number one priority, it is comforting to see that Marylanders aren’t completely shut down by the virus, but rather able to work around it. Communities creating music and fun like this is the only way we remain attached to each other after this passes.
Daniel He, West Friendship
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