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The Amire family arrived in the United States more than a month ago.But the children are still waiting for their first day at school.Their father / has not an able to find a job.He and his family moved to Utah about a week after states began ordering businesses and schools to close to try to stop the coronavirus from spreading.The / are refugees from Afghanestan,because of concerns about the virus,they have yet to visit a local mosque to meet other muslims.Starting a new life in the America is never easy for refugees.It is more difficult during a pandemic especially after the government suspends the financial aid used to help them resettle.Coronavirus restrictions have affected refugee families in the same ways as anyone else,take job loses and child care issues,for example.Many refugees are facing language barries and lack extended family or close friends in their new communities.
/ ,his wife and their 4 children arrived in salt lake city on March 24.They had waited three years for permission to go to the United States.When their permission came,they ignored mournings that moving overseas during the pandemic will be dangerous.For then,it was worth the risk.Amire feared that Taliban will target his family if its supporters learned that he worked for the US army in Afghanistan.Aid groups have turn from training refugee families for work and school showing they how to request aid for jobless workers or do store work online.They are spending emergency money to pay for housing and through for families after lossing federal financial support.C leads the / immigration and refugee service known as nurse,the non-profit service is among 9 groups that work with United Nations to help refugees resettle in the United States.Nurse has given emergency aid to more than 250 families facing job losses./ says refugees like the Amires who arrived over the past few months are in difficult situations.She said many do not have a work history required to qualify for unemployment and other kinds of assistance from the US government.Ana and her three children arrived in / Georgia last July after fleeing violent crime in Columbia.She and her 20-year-old son began studying english and working at a center that provides floating to the very needed,then the coronavirus appeared.The crisis left them without jobs or a school to study the language.She and her son have requested unemployment assistance but have yet to receive any money.He got 1200 dollars from the federal program to help those affected by the pandemic. They used the money to pay for their housing in May.But they do not know how they will pay for anything in June if they can not get work.It's very hard,everything changed from one moment to the next,/said in Spainish.The COVID-19 crisis has now left all refugees without work.Continue in jobs that put them at risk of infection like driving taxis,restuarant service and meat processing.In / Coronado,P.J./ says many of his workers outside his office where he wears a total protective cover.P is a doctor who serves only refugees.He told the associated press that 45% of his patients have tested positive for the virus.One has died and two others are very sick.That high rate is understandable considering that refugees often lived in crowded homes with other families making social distancing impossible.P said.They also share crowded vehicles over long distancings to get to work.Inside those vehicles.P siad,when one coughs,the all cough.The Amire said cathlic community services of Utah is paying for their food and housing,and that he felt safe.But that dose not mean it has been easy to be trapped in their small / home near soft lake city.The Amires do not have a television or car.The parents try to entertain their children ages 15,13,6 and 3 but they are restless and want to expore their new city.Utah's public schools were already closed when the family arrived.The children know little english and struggle without in person help from teachers.Amire's cousin who lives nearby and cathlic community services are helping him look for a job.Most refugees find work in 3-6 months.But the insecurity linked to the pandemic makes it harder said / of the cathlic aid group.They won't that's what we worried about,not knowing how long this pandemic is going to go on.         

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The amere family arrived in the United Statets more than a month ago.     But the children are still reading for their first day at school.     Their father Mamlod has now then able to find a job.   He and his family moved to Uatar about a week after states became odering schools and busnisses to clouse,to try to stop the coronavirus from spreding.

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