“More than two-thirds of US Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and experts predict that people in service jobs, manufacturing, and construction will likely be hit hardest by the coming economic turmoil.” 6.6 million people filed for unemployment this week (and those are just the ones who get through to officials, which has been notoriously difficult). That makes nearly 17 million claims in the past three weeks.

+ Will I Get A Check From The US Government, And How? Here’s Everything You Need To Know.

+ “Many of the organizations that typically donate large volumes of food have themselves shut down. Restaurants, hotels and casinos have closed across the country. And grocery stores, which ordinarily share unsold inventory that is approaching its best-by date, have less to donate because their worried customers have been stripping so many shelves bare.” While people are waiting for checks, cars are lining up for miles at some food banks, and nearly a third of Americans didn’t pay rent this month.

+ Among those who can’t pay their rent: WeWork.