San Diego Opens Giant Tents for Homeless to Battle Hepatitis A Outbreak
The U.S. city of San Diego has opened the first of three large tents that together will house 700 homeless people in an effort to contain an outbreak of hepatitis A that is being spread among the homeless population. About 20 people made the tent their temporary home Friday. The first tent erected will house 350…
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Sure is empty down here...