How the Coronavirus Pandemic is Taking a Toll on Housing in the Bronx

Livia Fernandez used to commute every day from her one-bedroom apartment in the Bronx to an Ecuadorean restaurant in Queens, where she worked as a cook and earned $700 a week. But when the pandemic hit New York City last year, the restaurant shut down, and she lost her job.

Ms. Fernandez got Covid-19 in March 2020, and ever since she has felt…

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