The pandemic has forced us all to cut back on seeing friends, going to concerts and dining in at restaurants for safety. But for the residents of one town in Washington state, it is an entirely different experience with heightened isolation. John Yang reports on a quirk of history and geography that has kept families separated by only a few miles, yet so far apart.
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