Minority communities in the US and elsewhere have sometimes turned to traditional money saving methods - like 'tandas' - outside the formal banking system. The economic shock from the coronavirus pandemic could spur renewed interest in those savings clubs.
When the coronavirus outbreak arrived in the United States, families were forced to adapt. Office closures have collided with shuttered schools, forcing parents to work from home as they balance full-time childcare and part-time teaching, helping their kids with remote learning.
How did the biggest cluster in the US emerge in a corner of South Dakota? Infections spread like wildfire through a pork factory and questions remain about what the company did to protect staff.
(Contributing reporter and translator)