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Story Slam’s Voices of the Pandemic: Camille Taylor

Now, another first-person story from the Next To Normal Story Slam and its special audio series, "Voices From the Pandemic."
 
Today we hear from Bloomington-Normal community leader and social justice advocate Camille Taylor.
 
Taylor got hit with a bug in late February -- the sickest she's ever felt. And that was a problem because she lives with her 94-year-old mother. Unfortunately, her mother got sick too.
 
By mid-March, Camille was feeling better, and she and her husband were off to see Cubs spring training in Arizona. But at the last-minute -- literally on the ride to the airport -- they called it off.
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