Personal care assistants struggle to care for themselves


Dilliner Jordan works 62 hours a week having treatment of two people today who are also medically fragile to take treatment of by themselves.

But she has no wellness coverage and generally sleeps in her car because she can not find the money for lease and a protection deposit, even though she has been saving for months. She is fearful of staying at a shelter, which she believes will enhance her likelihood of contracting COVID-19 for a 2nd time.

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