WASHINGTON (AP) — Dance instructor Lola Jaramillo switches the radio to an uplifting salsa song.
“My students love this one,” says Jaramillo, dancing to the rhythm of “Life is a Carnival” and encouraging her class to follow her steps.
But her students — mostly older Hispanics — are not around. Instead, a video camera records her in an empty room.
Her elderly students are huddled in their homes, following orders to protect themselves from the new coronavirus,