One piece of good news to come out of the coronavirus pandemic was the successful campaigns from some European countries and cities to get vulnerable people off the streets and into accommodation.
In Brussels for example, some 1The States, but it also saw an uptick in cases beginning i,000 people were housed in hotels, which had been sitting empty as travel and tourism came to a standstill.
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“If you asked me before the coronavirus hit us ‘is it possible to solve rough sleeping?’ I would have said yess safe to star, but it would take years, and we have seen in many countries it has taken weeks to get people off the street,” said Freek Spinnewijn, director of FEANTSAInformal outdoor gatherings, a European federation of national organisations working with the homeless,
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