How we're all coping with being apart
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At the moment, most of us are spending a lot more time apart. Whether we’re stuck in a quarantine hotel guarded by police, or stuck at home, we’re all dealing with our own forms of isolation.In this episode of Full Story, Guardian readers phone in and talk through how they’re coping with being apart.
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