USA TODAY and Corona Diaries are gathering personal stories about how the pandemic is changing people’s summer, especially those caring for family.

Kamryn Garves, 4, curiously looks up at the no-contact infrared thermometer as teacher Denise Mueller checks his temperature May 13. It’s a daily ritual during the coronavirus pandemic before his grandmother Andrea McMillian can drop him off at Imagination Station Montessori in Daytona Beach, Fla.
 (Photo: David Tucker/Daytona Beach News-Journal)
Summer is normally a time of family gatherings, vacations and recreation, but for many people this one will be different. Some summer camps have been canceled. Its harder to travel. And theres a lot of uncertainty about what activities are safe.
USA TODAY is teaming up with Corona Diaries to hear your stories. We want to know what this summer will be like amid the coronavirus pandemic, especially if you are caring for loved ones.
To share your story, go to Choose the first prompt, follow the instructions, and record a brief audio message. Please include your name. (You may need to enable your web browser to access the microphone; many browsers will ask your permission.)
To make sure we review your submission, tweet us @usatodaypodcast. Your thoughts on navigating this summer may be featured in our coverage.
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