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Belgian sex workers survive lockdown with food parcels

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Dolores, 60, has been a sex worker for 42 years. Like all her colleagues, she has stopped working since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and has no income. She depends on food parcels from Episol, a charity grocery store, distributed by the association UTSOPI, a collective of sex workers.

Added on the 22/05/2020 02:00:40 - Copyright : AFP EN

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