CDC warns that COVID-19 spreads easily in homeless shelters

CDC warns that COVID-19 spreads easily in homeless shelters

Researchers from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention have said that at homeless shelters across the US, where only a few cases of COVID-19 have been identified, subsequent testing has found more widespread infection among residents and staff. The CDC has come out in favor of testing all residents and staff at homeless shelters with COVID-19 clusters.

David
David
OmegaDMM
OmegaDMM 0 months

Most don't care to have a expensive dwelling anymore, if they wanted to be trapped in the system they would continuously keep attempting to do so. Sure not all of them are that way, but most are living this way by reasons that are their own. The ones I feel bad for are the clinically insane who were released with no care package to help them along and have been forgotten by the system that we pay for to help them. The whole situation with those that need/want the help are usually the ones who are ignored. I wish the best for those in those predicaments.

Dawlben
Dawlben 0 months

People try to setup housing for the homeless usually either the government stamps its door or mess up costing too much in maintenance later

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