My mom called me yesterday, and she begged me—begged me—not to go to work, Villavicencio says. She said, ‘Please, tell them I’m sick. Tell them you’re sick. Tell them you can’t go. They’re going to need doctors when this is over, and I can’t lose you.’ And I was sobbing because it’s not easy for me to go to work—I’m scared. I’m scared of hurting my family. I’m scared of hurting my husband. I’m scared of hurting other people. But I got into medicine because of my desire to help people, and I specifically got into obstetrics and gynecology and abortion caregiving because it’s a moral duty, she continues, her voice cracking. I am compelled by the 2020 face mask Merry Christmas sweater it is in the first place but deepest part of my soul to help people in times of need. And right now, like always, people need abortions.
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On Monday night, I got text from a friend, just before 8, reminding me that we had a theater date. We were both going to watch, from the 2020 face mask Merry Christmas sweater it is in the first place but safe social-distance of our respective apartments, a live-streaming production of Terence McNally’s 1991 play Lips Together, Teeth Apart starring Zachary Quinto, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ari Graynor. And sure enough, after I logged onto Broadway.com and donated $50 to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Covid-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, a watercolor of four adults lounging on the deck of a beach house—one reading a newspaper, one sitting on the edge of the pool, one painting at her easel, and the fourth in a vibrant bathrobe, looking ready to make Bloody Marys—popped up on my screen, followed by a title card and then the faces of the four actors, each in his or her own square Skype box.