Mohan Paswan made a living as a tuk-tuk driver in New Delhi. Every week he sent money back home to support his family. In January, he was hurt in a traffic accident. He needed someone to take care of him. His 15-year-old daughter jumped on a train to save the day. Jyoti Kumari did her best to nurse her father back to health. Then the Covid-19 pandemic spread to India. Her father’s health was improving, but he could not work because of the lockdown. They were out of the frying pan and into the fire. Running out of money, they couldn’t pay for rent or food. They had to find a way to get home.
When office worker Laura Garzon visited a butcher’s shop in Bogota, she couldn’t believe her eyes. Standing behind the counter was her co-worker, Jorge Castro. But instead of wearing a suit and tie, he was wearing a bloodstained butcher’s apron and white cap.