In March, Los Angeles stopped doing homeless-encampment cleanups, in line with CDC recommendations. But then trash pileups and blocked sidewalks brought a new set of public health concerns.
Author: Anna Scott
Published: 2020-12-24 03:35 pm
Los Angeles Resumes Large-Scale Cleanups Of Homeless Encampments
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In March, Los Angeles stopped doing homeless-encampment cleanups, in line with CDC recommendations. But then trash pileups and blocked sidewalks brought a new set of public health concerns.

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