This is the brew facing tenants who have struggled during the pandemic: New York's eviction moratorium expires at the end of the month, federal and state relief for renters and landlords has been slow to get out the door and be disbursed to those who need it the most, and the Supreme Court blocked a portion of the state's protections against eviction. 

Those three issues, broadly, are leading affordable housing adovcates to call for a legislative return to Albany to take up the issues — and potentially extend the moratorium into next year. 

Cea Weaver, of Housing Justice for All, in Capital Tonight said the issue is becoming all the more dire amid the spread of the delta variant of COVID-19, leading to further uncertainty during the pandemic.