After fleeing home violence, Victoria Vega was dwelling in a San Francisco shelter together with her two youngsters and dealing two jobs when the pandemic hit. She stopped driving for Uber as a result of there have been no riders and she or he was fearful of the virus. She had to surrender her automotive as a result of she couldn’t make funds. Her janitorial work additionally disappeared.
“I tried applying for unemployment benefits, but it was really difficult for me,” she stated in Spanish via an interpreter. “I was trying to call and call and call on the Spanish line and nobody would ever answer. I don’t know how to use technology,” so the web site was not an possibility. “I spent months not being able to apply.”