Pandemic Increases Emotional Toll on Informal Caregivers in Post-Hurricane Puerto Rico
By Mayra Acevedo. This article originally appeared in Spanish on Medicina Salud Publica.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — While many co-workers in the media have been laid off because of the economic crisis the Puerto Rico was already facing before the Covid-19 pandemic, Carla, 35, and one of our best video editors at WIPR, arranged to work part time. One thing she cannot afford is getting sick with the coronavirus.
“Since the pandemic I only go to work and resolve moms’ basic needs. Because I’m worried mom might get sick I don’t do a lot of.... Read More