COVID-19 Crisis and Street Vendors in New York City, USA: Lasting Impacts and an Agenda for Recovery
Urban Justice Center- Street Vendor Project
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Between 10,000 and 20,000 New Yorkers make their living selling food or merchandise on the city’s streets. This report presents the NYC Street Vendor findings from Round 2 of the WIEGO-led COVID-19 Crisis and the Informal Economy study that was conducted in mid-year 2021 to assess how specific groups of informal workers and their households were experiencing COVID-19 resurgences and ongoing economic strains, and to what extent (if any) they had recovered.