‘It’s Time for a Change’: Workers Idled by the Virus Try New Careers

MANCHESTER, England — As a national lockdown was imposed in March, a food deliverer, Hanna Scaife, watched her weekly hours plummet from 30, to five, then zero as restaurants across…

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‘I Am Scared’: Italian Sex Workers Face Poverty and Illness in the Pandemic

Last month, Antonio Guadagnini, a Conservative councilor in the Veneto region, said reopening brothels — illegal in Italy since 1958 — and regulating prostitution would protect society. In Sicily, Ruggero…

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Ethiopian Workers Are Forced to Return Home, Some With Coronavirus

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Unemployed and shunned as possible coronavirus carriers, Ethiopian migrant laborers are returning home by the thousands, placing a huge strain on Ethiopia’s poorly equipped medical system….

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