My first quarantine

This is not my first quarantine.


Maybe things have changed, but back then Israeli hospitals bore little resemblance to American hospitals.


Space was always at a premium, and even a privacy curtain around your bed was an unexpected luxury.


But within moments of being examined by the attending physician, I found myself sheltered in place -- in the most unexpected of places, a private room.

The next thing I knew I was in #quarantine.

I didn’t even have Netflix. Or Zoom.



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