Regina Alfonso (’23), Amanda Castillo (’22), and Kate Lambert (’22) are all considered essential workers or know someone considered an essential worker. They have continued working their jobs despite the pandemic. (Photo Credit: Sophia Garcia/Achona Online)
Regina Alfonso (’23), Amanda Castillo (’22), and Kate Lambert (’22) are all considered essential workers or know someone considered an essential worker. They have continued working their jobs despite the pandemic.

Photo Credit: Sophia Garcia/Achona Online

Life as an Essential Worker (VIDEO)

November 2, 2020

COVID-19 has turned office jobs into zoom meetings and an online frenzy, but essential workers remain working in person. According to the U.S Department of Homeland Security, essential workers are those who conduct a range of operations and services that are typically essential to continue critical infrastructure operations. For me personally, I am a bagger at my local Publix and my job is considered essential. In this video, I interviewed three different students who are either essential workers themselves or knew someone who is.

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