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Coronavirus: One year later

It’s been a year since COVID-19 shut down professional sports, halted live theater and closed down restaurants as we knew them and forced many of us to work from home.

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    Where were you when you realized the pandemic would change everyday life? Here’s what our readers said.

    Image 1 of 90 March 11, 2020: St. Patrick's Day celebrants wait to enter Sluggers on Clark Street in Chicago. The Wrigleyville bar planned to cap capacity at 250 people, said the owner, for the St. Patrick Day weekend celebrations following the public gathering restrictions due to COVID-19. (Chris …

    It started with the NBA on March 11, 2020. 24 hours later, COVID-19 shut down the entire sports world. A look back on all that transpired — and what’s happened since.

    It started with the NBA on March 11, 2020. 24 hours later, COVID-19 shut down the entire sports world. A look back on all that transpired — and what’s happened since.

    March is one of the busiest months on the sports calendar, and last year was no exception. Until it wasn’t. Selection Sunday was days away, and Ayo Dosunmu and Illinois were on the cusp of ending a six-year NCAA Tournament drought. The Cubs and White Sox were a month into spring training, eyeing …

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