VICE Magazine’s Reemergence Issue considers in real time how we cope while living through a historic time.
The largest Arctic expedition in history, MOSAiC, struggled with the logistical challenges of COVID-19—but as the pandemic raged, members were able to live a normal ‘fantasyland’ life.
With lockdown measures starting to lift, it’s normal to feel anxious about being seen again.
After flying 22,906 miles, I found that airports represent much more than borders and entry points—they’re microcosms of a government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
I’ve spent a decade caught between the secular world and the Haredi Jewish community. But watching the latter resist COVID-19 restrictions while being decimated by the virus pushed that tension to the brink.