By Sam Bojarski
Seated near the corner of Nostrand Avenue and Clarendon Road, as a throng of bystanders gathered nearby, Vamel Baron lamented the loss of life that coronavirus has caused in the neighborhood, particularly among older residents. Many have had to adapt to a new way of life.
“The hard thing is, people don’t invite others to their home anymore, so you have to do it on the streets,” said Baron, a Flatbush resident who worked as a taxi driver until February.
As spring turned to summer, general unease about the coronavirus has given way to a new way of life across Haitian enclaves — more outdoor living and virtual visiting.
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