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Published 26.04.2020 11:36
Los Angeles brings thousands of homeless people into hotels.
This is to protect them from Covid-19. The federal government will pay for at least 15,000 hotel rooms during the pandemic in a state with a large homeless population. The rooms will be secured for the most vulnerable, which includes people over 65 years old or those with underlying health…
Inclusion,
Published 25.04.2020 18:46
In Las Vegas, hundreds of homeless people were moved to sleep in a parking lot after another shelter was closed due to a positive Covid-19 case.
In Las Vegas, hundreds of homeless people were moved to sleep in a parking lot after another shelter was closed due to a positive Covid-19 case. In a parking lot, grid lines were drawn six feet (1.8 metres) apart to follow the social distancing guidelines. People sleep on mats that…

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