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Sacramento's Two Primary Warming Centers Shut Down

The two warming centers for Sacramento's unsheltered population will be shut down longer than expected, after more internal positive COVID-19 cases.

For ten days, homeless people across Sacramento will have only the City Hall Parking Garage to escape the streets overnight, a makeshift alternative. A brutal winter has already killed several members of the homeless population in the region, inspiring the city to open warming shelters overnight. But with three volunteers, and one visitor contracting COVID-19 at the city's two primary sites, all but one improvised warming center is open while the main shelters are being deep-cleaned.

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