Photo Stories: • Covid-19 - Seattle's Chinatown: coronavirus-seattle-ICHS-052820-000301

71-year-old Yan Nong Cui receives a bag of groceries delivered by volunteers from InterIm Community Development Association (InterIm CDA), to her home in the Kong Yick building on May 28, 2020. Since the coronavirus pandemic InterIm along with a COVID-19 task force made up of many non-profit organizations in the Asian American community including ICHS have been distributing free groceries and meals to people who have been afraid to go out because of racial profiling, as well as, fears of catching the coronavirus. There is no access to the internet in her building so she must get all news from her phone. (photo by Karen Ducey)

71-year-old Yan Nong Cui receives a bag of groceries delivered by volunteers from InterIm Community Development Association (InterIm CDA), to her home in the Kong Yick building on May 28, 2020. Since the coronavirus pandemic InterIm along with a COVID-19 task force made up of many non-profit organizations in the Asian American community including ICHS have been distributing free groceries and meals to people who have been afraid to go out because of racial profiling, as well as, fears of catching the coronavirus. There is no access to the internet in her building so she must get all news from her phone. (photo by Karen Ducey)