Attorney Amy Morilla Miller is like many Americans: now working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, while also being caretaker and teacher to young children.

But she’s felt the effects of COVID-19 in a way that very few have: She has five relatives infected with the virus—her parents, aunt, uncle and 94-year-old grandfather. And they all fell sick within a three-week period in March.

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