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CBS News 24 Mar 2020

Coronavirus pandemic forces homeless shelters to cut intake

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As social distancing measures force homeless shelters to cut their intake, a Seattle religious group is worried about the city's unhoused population. Restrictions on movement are hindering both fundraising and food distribution efforts. Noelle Wiggins from REACH talked to CBSN's Anne-Marie Green.


As social distancing measures force homeless shelters to cut their intake capacity in half, a Seattle religious group is worried about the city's unhoused population. Restrictions on movement are hindering both fundraising and food distribution efforts. Noelle Wiggins from REACH talked to CBSN's Anne-Marie Green.
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