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HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC

HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC
HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC
HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC
HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC
HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC
HOMELESS PEOPLE AND STAY-HOME ORDER DURING PANDEMIC
Stay home, stock up on food, wash hands frequently are recommended to prevent Covid-19. Over 500,000 people in USA and 150 million people in the world are homeless.  With community transmission of Covid-19 reported in several places in the U.S., many public health officials have moved past the hope of containment and are trying to mitigate the risk to vulnerable populations who are most likely to get very sick or die—namely people who are over 60, people who have weakened immune systems, or people who have underlying health conditions. Technically, that defines much of the homeless population in the U.S. 

 "They are double risk. One is a risk to themselves, the other is a risk to society,” said Chunhuei Chi, director of the Center for Global Health at Oregon State University in Corvallis

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