Before the advent of COVID-19, events were aplenty and at each gathering, Tina Cuevas was a stalwart. Dressed to the nines and armed with a selfie stick, it wasn’t unusual to see her holding court amongst her similarly turned out cohorts. “Staying home 24/7 for the past months has been a full 360 from my pre-quarantine life—which was a kind of life that is surrounded by people in my workplace and attending social events and gatherings almost every day,” she says. And then the virus struck, the nation went on lockdown, and everything that was normal suddenly changed.
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