SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his plans at a press conference Saturday evening to shelter the homeless during the COVID-19 outbreak.
There are an estimated 108,000 homeless people in the state of California, according to the governor’s office. Newsom said the state has over 2,400 hotel rooms secured, with 1,900 beds alone in San Diego County. Seven counties across the state have beds secured.
I wonder who’s going to pay for all the copper wiring and bathroom fixtures that will come up missing, not to mention the eradication of bedbugs, lice and other vermin in every single one of those rooms that they’re housed in?