San Diegans in quarantine: Stuck at home, locals look for upsides to social distancing

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Babak Forutanpour with his daughter Darya.
(Courtesy of Babak Forutanpour)

As news of sickness, heartbreak and economic catastrophe inundates our lives, these San Diegans looked for blessings in their new day-to-day life


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Brittany Meiling covers startups and small business for The San Diego Union-Tribune. She’s been covering early-stage entrepreneurship in San Diego since 2014, when she joined the San Diego Business Journal to cover tech and biotech. There, she created the Startup Page business column that won an award for Best Recurring Feature in a national contest by The Alliance of Area Business Publishers. Brittany also has a long history covering the biopharma industry, most recently covering breaking stories for Endpoints News. Other topics she’s covered include: finance, clean tech, food and beverage.