Do any of you know of research that looks specifically at estimating the prevalence of COVID-19 among homeless individuals?
I had heard there was some work done in Seattle or Washington state, but I could not locate this in all the usual sources.
I do know about these:
UC Berkeley Basic Needs Center
(frequently updated info: food, money, other urgent needs)
Crisis Counseling for Urgent Concerns
https://uhs.berkeley.edu/counseling/urgent (UCB UHS)
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