Watching over her 7-year-old daughter, burning with a terrible fever at the hospital last summer, Cinthia Sanchez learned the news: The girl had tested positive for COVID-19. One by one, the rest of the family fell ill with the virus — her younger son, her husband, Sanchez herself. While they all gradually recovered, she still had to wrestle with another fear: Without her husband working in construction, they were not going to be able to pay rent.
Boxed in and no way out: Housing insecurity for Latino residents worsens during coronavirus pandemic
April 12, 2021