Fired and far from home: Covid diagnosis leaves Hong Kong’s domestic workers in a bind

NBC News highlights the plight of migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong, especially those that tested positive for the Covid-19. Domestic workers are legally required to live in their employers’ homes, and HELP for Domestic Workers has provided temporary shelter to Kay and many others who had nowhere to go after they were fired, said Manisha Wijesinghe, Executive Director of HELP.