YWCA South Florida, like most organizations, feels more prepared for the second surge than the first. We have PPE, trained staff, policies and remote capacity. We are following guidelines and best practices provided by the CDC, Miami-Dade County and the state to keep our services and programs running as our working families need us most at this time. Women and people of color fall disproportionately in two major groups affected by the pandemic: Hourly wage and service industry workers, many of whom have lost their jobs or had hours cut, or essential workers with no other options but to go to work. YWCA has – and continues – to pivot to show up for them. We are continuing to offer virtual programming and services wherever possible, and are minimizing risks of exposure by strictly limiting building access only to employees and the children in our programs.