'Nobody's working': The Californians who lost jobs to virus

'Nobody's working': The Californians who lost jobs to virus

Los Angeles (AFP) - Hollywood productions shuttered, sport stadiums abandoned, bar doors bolted -- the staggering nearly 17 million US workers who have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic come from a wide range of professions.AFP meets the diverse faces of the crisis in California, the state which has seen the highest number of people filing for unemployment.Movies -At any other time, the show must go on. But Hollywood crew member Zach Matchem was abruptly told last month his feature film -- along with countless others across town -- had shut down due to social distancing rules...

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