NewsPublic Affairs / May 22, 2020

Indianapolis To House Homeless At High Risk For COVID-19

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Indianapolis To House Homeless At High Risk For COVID-19

Indianapolis recently announced plans to house people experiencing homelessness who are high risk for COVID-19. It's part of a three-pronged effort that also provides resources to encampments and assists shelter expansion.

Deputy Director of the Office of Public Health and Safety Matt Giffin spoke with WFYI's Jill Sheridan by phone.

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