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    Without Tourism, Life in a Tuscan Village Slides Back in Time

    The sharp drop in visitors since the start of the pandemic pressed this small community in the hills of Chianti to cling to the essentials: the pharmacy, the food store and agriculture.

    Childhood Without Other Children: A Generation Is Raised In Quarantine

    Covid-19 has meant the youngest children can’t go to birthday parties or play dates. Parents are keeping them out of day care. What is the long-term effect of the pandemic on our next generation?

    Without Augusta’s Famed Roars, the Masters Goes Quiet

    The swell of the tournament’s spectators has long provided a dramatic soundtrack to the Masters’ most memorable finishes. In their absence, golfers will play their final rounds a cappella.
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    By urging travelers to visit, the Maldives is reviving its luxury resorts. It’s also risking new outbreaks and courting controversy on social media.

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    “Things are tenuous,” says Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the C.D.C. director. “Now is not the time to relax restrictions.”