California’s stay-at-home order leaves homeless vulnerable – Reuters

While California’s 40 million residents are ordered to stay at home, the state’s estimated 108,000 homeless are unable to comply. Governor Gavin
Newsom ordered $50 million be used to convert the state’s now mostly empty motels and hotels into shelters where homeless people could be isolated.


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