"Back in 9/11 so many people couldn't find their loved ones... and they couldn’t have funerals. If we don’t give the family the time to say goodbye… it’ll have an effect 20 years from now."
One Irish man living in the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak has gone beyond line of duty to help those in his community.
In this week's 'States of Mind', Brian O’Donovan and Jackie Fox speak to Clive Anderson in New York State, who is working to help people through a traumatising time in a new restrictive world.
Also, immigration lawyer Fiona McEntee outlines how stress is growing for America’s undocumented during the pandemic as they won’t see a cent of the historic multi-trillion dollar aid package passed by the federal government.
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