Jack said: “For a Filipino domestic worker like me, the key is a symbol of trust that binds us with our employer. We always keep them safe. This week, I took out the keys for my employers’ houses. I haven’t used some of them since the lockdown. Now I will start using them again. My employers texted me to come to work”. (Helen)
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