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March 4th, 2020 extending to the present date for many Americans has been a time of struggle, stillness, rest, restlessness, perhaps moments of joy or blatant depression. Unfortunately, this has not been an isolated experience for Americans alone; the "change of sorts" has occurred on a global stage. Some have called it planned-demic, others have called it pandemic, yet and still others have viewed this moment as having a simple flu, an irrelevant movement not to be thought of. From an anthropological perspective, I have been quite curious from the start about the inner working of my fellow man. This curiosity occurred during my own terror-demic, in which I was on quarantine and saving myself from the outside world. Unfortunately, the outside world was not the problem, the outside world would have saved me. It was my own abode that was literally slowly killing me. The more I closed my windows, the more illness would occur until I finally realized that my stove was the silent, but deadly culprit. Although these interviews will not be of those who faced intense tragedies relating to the C. virus itself, the interviews will take you into the emotional and mental frame work of those who experienced such intensities during the on start to midpoint of quarantine.