"Upon my release from the hospital two weeks ago, I was taken to the Dan Hotel in Jerusalem to continue recovering alongside other COVID-19 patients. I’ve found this “coronavirus hotel” to be one of the weirdest places in the world. It became a shelter to the most diverse, unexpected group of people I’ve ever known; Israelis and Palestinians from all walks of life, healing together. As the world practices social distancing and learns to cope with an alien, counter-intuitive sense of isolation, we are all cooped up together, caring for each other, socializing — even hugging."

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