CHICAGO - Associated Press reporters around the world asked kids about living with the virus and to use art to show what they believe the future might hold.
Some sketched or painted, while others sang, danced ballet, built with LEGOs. A few just wanted to talk.
There is sadness and boredom, and a lot of worrying, especially about parents working amid the disease, grandparents suddenly cut off from weekend visits, friends seen only on a video screen.
Some children feel safe and protected. Others are scared. And yet, many also find joy in play, and even silliness.