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COVID-19: New York City houses homeless at hotels, sparking backlash from residents | Video

Homeless people in New York City are being housed at some hotels to help reduce overcrowding in the city's shelter system amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But the move has sparked a backlash from some residents living in neighbourhoods that have seen a surge in shelter residents arriving at their doorstep. William Denselow reports.

COVID-19: New York City houses homeless at hotels, sparking backlash from residents | Video

06 Sep 2020 10:17pm
Homeless people in New York City are being housed at some hotels to help reduce overcrowding in the city's shelter system amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But the move has sparked a backlash from some residents living in neighbourhoods that have seen a surge in shelter residents arriving at their doorstep. William Denselow reports.

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