Photo Stories: • Covid-19 - Seattle's Chinatown: Ducey-Covid-Chinatown-2020-15

Wong Wai, 94, a resident at the Legacy House, speaks on a ZOOM meeting with her children and grandchildren in Seattle, WA. on May 29, 2020. Originally from mainland China, Wai does not speak English. The Legacy House set up a laptop so residents could communicate with their loved ones. Says Raymond He from International Community Health Center, who runs the assisted living facility, about the family, “They're super grateful. I know they're all very concerned, especially with the news that's been going on right now. It's just a lot of scary news. So just seeing that their parents are here, healthy, safe. It's just really enlightening for them.”

Wong Wai, 94, a resident at the Legacy House, speaks on a ZOOM meeting with her children and grandchildren in Seattle, WA. on May 29, 2020. Originally from mainland China, Wai does not speak English. The Legacy House set up a laptop so residents could communicate with their loved ones. Says Raymond He from International Community Health Center, who runs the assisted living facility, about the family, “They're super grateful. I know they're all very concerned, especially with the news that's been going on right now. It's just a lot of scary news. So just seeing that their parents are here, healthy, safe. It's just really enlightening for them.”