London's Arabic-speaking community on coronavirus frontline - BBC News

London’s Arabic-speaking community on coronavirus frontline – BBC News

Nine million people live in London. More than 200,000 of them are believed to be Arabic speakers.

On March 24, London entered lockdown, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Everyone was confined to their homes except essential workers like those in health, transport and food distribution.

This is the story of three of London’s essential worker from the Arabic-speaking community who’ve been working throughout the lockdown.


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