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Northeast New York Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health and CD Latinos hosted the personal protective equipment demonstration and distribution for essential workers.
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The Castle Island Bilingual Montessori school, which is the only Spanish-speaking bilingual school in Albany, is the first paying tenant to be located at the center. Jiminez, who serves as the executive director of the nonprofit organization, was overwhelmed by the of people reaching out who had lost their jobs and were hungry, did not understand the dangers of COVID, had no personal protective equipment and did not know where to seek health care — or whether they could afford it.
Laudelina Martinez, who owns an art gallery in Troy and is president of the New York Capital Region Chamber of Commerce, said the new center is a terrific feat for the Latino community. And finally, mistrust of the government — particularly with more anti-immigrant rhetoric and policy in the current federal administration — have made many Latinos less likely to seek health care.
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Access to health care is another issue — 19 percent of Latinos did not have health insurance in He and four other coworkers — out of seven — ended up at the hospital with COVID, three of whom had to be placed in the intensive care unit, Jiminez said. Qlbany had pointed out that most people don't have laptops, rather using their cell phones and sticking to platforms such as Facebook and WhatsApp.
Jimenez lost contact with her brother, Jorge Hernandez, after the Caribbean island was struck by earthquakes. Jiminez said local government outreach efforts to the Latino community during the pandemic have been extremely insufficient.
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