SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - "Oh son, my life is chaos." These are Ilma Paulino's first words when asked how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting her routine. A resident of Vila Teresinha, a sub-district of Brasilândia, in São Paulo, she lives with her two children -one of them with depression- and needs to look after her epileptic sister.
Because of her visits to the doctor and daily care, she has not been able to hold a steady job for two years. She supports herself with the help of a minimum wage from her sister's INSS (Brazilian . . .