Deanna Pan

Deanna Pan is a features and enterprise reporter on the Globe’s Express Desk. Prior to joining The Boston Globe in 2019, she wrote for The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C. and The Pacific Northwest Inlander in Spokane, Washington. In 2019, she was honored as a Pulitzer Prize finalist in feature writing for a series she co-authored on the unjust execution of 14-year-old George Stinney Jr., the youngest person put to death in modern U.S. history. Deanna grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati and graduated from Ohio State University, where she changed her major almost a dozen times before settling on English.

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Her husband is hospitalized in a coma with coronavirus. She’s 7 1/2 months’ pregnant and sick with coronavirus, too.

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With her husband, Ray, in a medically induced coma at Massachusetts General Hospital, Urzsula Osborne is at home in Quincy, battling her own debilitating case of COVID-19 and trying to care for their 3-year-old son.

Could we really end the coronavirus crisis in two weeks if we stopped all interaction? Sorry, no. Here’s why

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Epidemiologists are cautioning against wishful thinking that we could defeat COVID-19 in a matter of 14 days.

Stranded abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic, Americans struggle to get home

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All over the world, thousands of Americans are stranded as countries close their borders to mitigate the explosive spread of the new coronavirus. They have booked countless flights back to the US only to see them canceled.

A Boston doctor and five friends went to Miami. All six came back sick, at least four with the coronavirus

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The story of a group of men who went to Miami illustrates just how quickly the coronavirus spreads between close contacts and how easily an infected person can unwittingly expose others.