字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント nearly 17 million people are out of work in those government assistance. Checks haven't arrived yet, and thousands of people are now struggling to put food on their table and food. Banks around the country are also struggling to meet the unprecedented need. It's an extraordinary time in American history, and this is just the latest example. A sea of cars jammed into a parking lot in San Antonio. More than 10,000 families waiting their turn at a local food bank. The groceries are supposed to last through the month. Similar scenes are taking place in cities across the country. In Pittsburgh, the line of motorists stretches more than a mile at this food bank in Englewood, California the line of cars is nonstop. Volunteer Chris Castro shows us what's inside the food box. Each family takes home. Every car that comes up today will receive one of these boxes. £36 of non portable food with various items. We have mashed potatoes here way have rice, a few bags of rice, split peas. A few bags of these as well Way have canned goods. We have a whole frozen chicken for every family that comes in and We also have a bag produce oranges here for today, lose. Nunez, a mother of four, lost her job as a hotel housekeeper last month. Yeah, it means that I have something before my guests. For most of these people, it's the first time they've ever had to rely on donated food. Some are resorting to selling face masks on the street just to make extra cash during the crisis. Like this mom and son profiled in the l A Times, a stark reminder of how far the economy has fallen in just a few weeks.