As the country confronts a racial crisis, the United States is still fighting a global pandemic, one that disproportionately impacts vulnerable and minority communities. Immokalee is one of the hardest communities in Florida. It’s a town of roughly 25,000 people, mostly migrant workers who are considered essential but live below poverty level. Correspondent Jessica Gomez shows us why even as the cases continue to spread, workers continue to stay on the job.



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