Photo Stories: Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Seattle: Chinatown-community-center-020

Tony Ngo, 20, a student at Carleton College, moved back home with his parents in their apartment in the Chinatown-International District after his school shut down because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Seattle, Wash. on May 7, 2020. His parents immigrated from Vietnam in the 1990’s. His mother, Hong Ngo, works in a nail salon and his father, Thong Ngo, is a custodian at a local college. Tony says that when growing up his parents were often at work. Now because of the quarantine they have more time to spend together. (photos by Karen Ducey)

Tony Ngo, 20, a student at Carleton College, moved back home with his parents in their apartment in the Chinatown-International District after his school shut down because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Seattle, Wash. on May 7, 2020. His parents immigrated from Vietnam in the 1990’s. His mother, Hong Ngo, works in a nail salon and his father, Thong Ngo, is a custodian at a local college. Tony says that when growing up his parents were often at work. Now because of the quarantine they have more time to spend together. (photos by Karen Ducey)