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We are likely a year out for a Coronavirus vaccine. You could help mitigate the spread by providing the homeless with homes, food and health care.

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日本成本人片无码免费The that a local outbreak over the past several months has showed some concerns were justified. More than 100 people have been sickened by hepatitis A in King County since the beginning of January, compared with annual totals of five to 16 cases during the past decade, according to Public Health — Seattle & King County. Nearly 50 percent have been among people experiencing homelessness.

日本成本人片无码免费Of 30 local cases in March, 14 were from people who were homeless in the Ballard area, according to Public Health director Patty Hayes.

日本成本人片无码免费Officials are now confronting two outbreaks at once: A novel coronavirus pandemic that has proven deadly, as well as hepatitis A, a highly infectious liver disease transmitted through fecal matter that disproportionately harms people who are homeless. And advocates say the city has not done enough to prevent either in its unsheltered homeless communities.

日本成本人片无码免费Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Marler Clark has donated nearly $100,000 to food banks and restaurants that are serving those financially impacted.

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