British Illustrator Showed The Impact Of The Coronavirus Pandemic On New Yorkers

Not long after the coronavirus landed in the U.S., New York emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic.

⁣To understand the different effects coronavirus has depending on who you are and where you live, the illustrator and data journalist Mona Chalabi drew 100 New Yorkers, real and fictitious, to represent everyone in the city, based on census data.⁣

More: Mona Chalabi h/t: nytimes






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