Transcript for ‘Not enough to pay my rent’: The economic reality of coronavirus
As an artist in New York City. Have to have a psychic because everything else so expensive here right yeah. So. I also work as a bartender. And you two need government shutdown recently and when. Two days ago victim at last check. Religion. We news conferences conventions gala is Kenya where high role in it usually this time to hear it and you know awards season. But this year everything is shut down. His death corona virus and down the store by Angeline. Incumbents is on. Marcus must be the biggest month to held hearings this summer. For the bills and paying the rent. I have no form of income and for the proceeds. Yeah. It's not silly I ever. That's an ever have to deal with before. Unemployment probably comes through I had and the end of federal government's initiatives like 400 dollars but that's not enough that he Meyer and so. It's really frustrating actually. Her personally for me to you looking like am I going to be able to ran. And Dennis is part of and other places that where you performance are they going to be able payments. Will they be able to open. Me my coworkers we're and fear we're in uncertain times. Were waiting for someone in this country aging leadership. I eat. And just in a limbo. Right now.
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