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Scott Galloway interviews Frank Crimi, 34-year-old junior student that studies History, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on his life. Frank Crimi was working as a home health marketer before the COVID-19 related changes. He was eventually laid off. Frank Crimi also discusses his own battle against the illness after receiving it during the Fall of 2020. Crimi notes the difficulty of enduring through the illness yet he did not find it too difficult to finish classes. Walking his dog and watching television helped him cope with the difficult times. Frank concludes that panicking will not help, and people need to be united to solve the issues that arise in the future.
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Orlando, Florida, United States of America
Galloway, Scott, "Frank Crimi Interview" (2021). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project Interviews. 36.