[act-ma] COVID-19 In Prison & Homeless Populations - Town Hall YouTube!

Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Tue Apr 28 19:38:59 PDT 2020

Friends, This very important program was transmitted LIVE...BUT IT IS ON 

If you do not have time for the whole thing, be sure to watch the last 
1/2 hour with Liz Matos of Prison Legal Services.  As you know the 
shelter population and the prison-released population are largely the 
same people...so much to learn here about coordinating services and the 
increased housing being set up for this population and to treat Covid19.

Also, interesting fact:  the homeless who refuse to enter shelters, who 
continue to live out-of-doors and on the street, have "zero" incidents 
of COVID in Boston...which is one reason they refuse to go to the 
shelters where the rates of Covid very  high.  There are 46,000 homeless 
on the streets in LA; only 30 got Covid.  In Boston "zero" of the street 
homeless got covid.  In Boston, unlike LA, only 3% of the homeless are 

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