Protecting the Vulnerable in Denver During COVID-19

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COVID-19 has reached every community – small, large, rural, urban, and metropolitan. In the bustling western state of Denver, Mayor Michael Hancock has been concerned with the unsheltered and those experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.

Keeping them safe has been a top priority. In the wake of more than 30,000 infections, Mayor Hancock adopted a unique approach that involved multiple stakeholders to help the homeless in his city.  Hear what it was.

 

About the AuthorMelissa Williams is a communications and marketing manager at NLC. She supports NLC’s membership and partnership teams.

 

 

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