The news about COVID-19 tells the story of the whole world, countries, and individuals simultaneously. News about the pandemic is relevant to countries and global organizations that fight to contain the virus while keeping their economies from collapsing. At the same time, the pandemic is relevant to different states, as they are trying to establish rules for public health. COVID-19 is also a story of communities and individuals, trying to get used to the “new normal” and cope with its implications for their everyday lives. When we read the news, we read a mixture of all these stories, processing information about global and national trends and their effects on our daily routine.