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Mayor London Breed: San Francisco has acquired 4,000 hotel rooms for the homeless
More than 100 people at San Francisco's largest homeless shelter tested positive for COVID-19. Mayor London Breed says the city has acquired 4,000 hotel rooms and has moved 1,000 people who are homeless into those rooms. "The challenges that continue to exist make the logistics and the management of serving this population really tough for us, but it doesn't mean that we're going to give up.
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