In this April 9, 2020, photo, Fares Akram’s family’s farm is seen in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, and on the horizon the Israeli border. Akram hadn’t spent more than a single night at his family’s farm on the northern edge of Gaza since an Israeli airstrike killed his father there more than a decade ago. But the arrival of the coronavirus has upended his family’s notions of danger and refuge. (AP Photo/Fares Akram)More

BEIT LAHIYEH, Gaza Strip (AP) — I haven’t spent more than a single night at my family’s farm on the northern edge of Gaza since an Israeli airstrike killed my father there more than a decade ago. But the arrival of the coronavirus has upended our notions of danger and