By Catherine E. Shoichet, CNN Updated 0005 GMT (0805 HKT) April 26, 2020 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. (CNN)Dr. Rob Gore stands in the doorway of his Brooklyn brownstone. He’s wearing an N95 mask — something he never imagined he’d have to do in his own home. His wife, Hibist Legesse, has been telling him their baby’s kicking like crazy. He wishes he could reach over and feel it, too. But Legesse is sitting across the room on a couch more than 10 feet away. And for weeks, this is as close to each other as they’ve been able to get. Legesse is pregnant, coronavirus cases are climbing and they don’t want to put their unborn child at risk. Read More Gore’s just stopping by to pick up a package. Then he’ll head back to the apartment where he’s staying, and Legesse will get back to work. In a matter of hours last month, they returned from the joy of a beach vacation to a jarring reality. The city they call home has become a hotspot in a pandemic with no end in sight, and in very different ways,… Read full this story
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