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Remote work is not an option for home, health and nursing aides, who look after some of the most vulnerable, often themselves without health insurance and earning little. Marie Bertrand/Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

'Who's Going To Help Them?': Caregivers Brace For The Spread Of Coronavirus

For millions of workers, remote work is not an option. Among them are home and health aides, who look after some of the most vulnerable, often themselves without health insurance and earning little.

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Italy Expands Quarantine Measures Nationwide To Stem Spread Of Coronavirus

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Remote work is not an option for home, health and nursing aides, who look after some of the most vulnerable, often themselves without health insurance and earning little. Marie Bertrand/Getty Images hide caption

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'Who's Going To Help Them?': Caregivers Brace For The Spread Of Coronavirus

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