California opens rest stops for food trucks, helping truckers get hot meals

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With the death toll in California from the coronavirus exceeding 1,000, lawmakers are looking for ways to slow the spread, especially in vulnerable populations such as the homeless.

The pandemic that plunged California – the world’s fifth largest economy – into recession has hit hard. Fear of virus spreads to 150,000 state homeless people, who are difficult to test and vulnerable because many have chronic health conditions and lack safe places to quarantine, authorities say. sanitary facilities.

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