When New York City schools shuttered March 16 due to the coronavirus, mom-of-two Juliet Raio Silveira was faced with a dilemma: should she continue to have her nanny work for the family as they self-isolate in their one-bedroom Brooklyn apartment?

After talking it over with her husband, Piao, 31, Silveira, a charter school teacher, reluctantly decided to tell her full-time employee not to report for duty. She gave her checks to cash over the following two weeks as compensation.

Enlarge Image Shutterstock When New York City schools shuttered March 16 due to the coronavirus, mom-of-two Juliet Raio Silveira was faced with a dilemma: should she continue to have her nanny work for the family as they self-isolate in their one-bedroom Brooklyn apartment?

After talking it over with her husband, […]

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