Fairfax County’s public library system wants to capture people’s COVID-19 experiences for its historical records collection.
The library system is looking for diary entries, photographs, artworks, videos — anything that documents what people’s lives are like during the pandemic.
People can submit material on their pandemic experiences anonymously or with their name attached as a “digital donation” via a Google Form. Submissions will be accepted through June 10.
The information will be used for a project for the Virginia Room, which contains historical records at the City of Fairfax Regional Library.
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