Shanna LaFountain has been a nursing assistant in New England for 20 years. About two months ago, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, she stopped working.
"It was an extremely hard decision," she said.
LaFountain has three children and made the decision once their schools closed and their learning went online.
"My son was not answering teachers, not doing assignments," she said. "I had to be home with my children."