Some Resort to Selling Masks On Street Corners As Food Bank Lines Stretch Miles

April 11, 2020

Lines stretching for miles of cars at a standstill are becoming a common sight in cities across the country, but it’s not rush hour traffic. Tens of thousands of families are waiting in line at local food banks, as demand is skyrocketing amidst unprecedented levels of unemployment. Some have resorted to selling face masks on street corners to make ends meet, leading some to compare the situation to street-side fruit sellers working to put food on the table during the Great Depression.

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