Photo Stories: • Covid-19 - Seattle's Chinatown: Ducey-Covid-Chinatown-2020-12

Dawn Ung cares for her oldest son, Devin, 20, with assistance from her other son, Darin, 17, at their home in Seattle, Wash. on August 10, 2020. Devin was in a car accident several years ago that left him severely disabled from a traumatic brain injury. As a single mother, Dawn has to manage the needs of her three children, as well as, her job at the International Community Health Center, and worries she could bring Covid-19 into their home. “There's always speed bumps. Nothing really goes as planned in my world, so I just take it as it comes. I think that's the only way I know how to deal with things without making me crazy. I'm surprised I haven't gone insane yet.”

Dawn Ung cares for her oldest son, Devin, 20, with assistance from her other son, Darin, 17, at their home in Seattle, Wash. on August 10, 2020. Devin was in a car accident several years ago that left him severely disabled from a traumatic brain injury. As a single mother, Dawn has to manage the needs of her three children, as well as, her job at the International Community Health Center, and worries she could bring Covid-19 into their home. “There's always speed bumps. Nothing really goes as planned in my world, so I just take it as it comes. I think that's the only way I know how to deal with things without making me crazy. I'm surprised I haven't gone insane yet.”