|At home workstation, Cathay Ericson
|Magna, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
|Telecommuting; Earthquake aftershocks; COVID-19 (Disease)--Prevention
|University of Utah Community
|"This is my new workstation since being quarantined and working from home in Magna, Utah. Working at a TV tray has made me really appreciate my cubicle in the Marriott Library. I miss my ergonomic chair, my ergonomic keyboard, my iMac and most of all the company of my coworkers. The upside is I have a view to the great out of doors, a kitchen full of food that calls to me too often, and the company of my husband. So what is there to complain about? So far I'm healthy and so is my family. I'm looking forward to not having to sanitize my groceries and constantly being on edge living close to the epicenter of all the earthquake aftershocks."
|Collection Number and Name
|Utah COVID-19 Photograph Project
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