Along with fears for personal health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people say they are anxious over the uncertainty of their jobs and personal finances.

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In Georgia, Sarita is an entrepreneur and single mother who says she has lost work and fears she will go broke due to the coronavirus.

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“I’m hoping that the federal government - state government - will provide some kind of relief for people in this situation such as myself,” she says.

Additionally, Sarita says that her health benefits are tied to her job, causing another worry.

“I had chemo six months ago. My immune system is shot. I’m worried about catching this as well because of that.”

How are others coping mentally, emotionally, and financially while self-quarantining at home? Tune in to Wednesday’s episode. as Dr. Phil interviews guests from across the U.S. and China about the situations they’re each facing while self-isolating at home.

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