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Over the next few weeks, spaces including pro tennis courts, college dorms and a cruise ship terminal are supposed to start housing patients as New York state races to roughly triple its hospital capacity.

I wonder how the real estate numbers for housing is doing now, I would expect a dive lower as well in real estate, but if you know more let me know , thanks #gdp  growth #housing 

The coronavirus lockdown has left renters and prospective buyers in the lurch and the housing market in total turmoil

#COVID19 reveals how social inequalities such as lack of access to healthcare, paid leave, affordable food, & housing are hitting the most vulnerable people in our world. Our #HumanDevelopment  report offers a blueprint for addressing root causes: #SDGs 

NEW: Ayres Hotel in Orange County will begin housing elderly homeless people who test positive for #coronavirus . Residents who live feet away at Laguna Woods Village, one of the largest retirement communities in the state, expressed concern.

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These housing markets are in danger of a coronavirus-related recession

The money will support food, shelter and housing assistance for people across six counties.

Aust Feb retail sales +0.5%mom/1.8%yoy, after 2 weak mths. Solid food retailing & housing goods (CV stockpiling?) Dept stores +3.1% but after 2 poor months & clothing remained weak. Discretionary retailing will see big hit from March given the shutdown unfortunately. #ausecon 

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NEW: "Arizona group is raising funds to open housing for seniors with or exposed to COVID-19." (via @Katie_Surma )


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Here are a couple of articles that are worth reading — from housing to health, these stories use data to explore challenges we face and demonstrate how policy solutions along with civic engagement can make a real difference in people’s lives.

We need to construct emergency housing to make sure that the homeless, survivors of domestic violence, and college students quarantined off campus are able to receive the shelter, health care, and nutrition they need.

The Walton family is America's wealthiest family. Net worth: $201 billion. Walmart pay their workers starvation wages. Many are forced to go on Medicaid, food stamps, and public housing. Who pays for that? The middle class. That is what corporate welfare is all about.

Amazon made $11,200,000,000 in profits last year. Its federal income tax bill: ZERO. It is simply not true that we cannot afford to invest in housing or health care or education. We will make massive corporations finally pay their fair share.

Tremendous surge in new housing construction in December, 16.9%, biggest in many years!

There's a box ? If you put a cross in it, you'll save our NHS, properly fund our schools and tackle the climate emergency. You'll end the housing crisis and poverty. But billionaires and multi-millionaires will have to pay their fair share. Do you cross that box?

I am thrilled to nominate Dr. as our next Secretary of the US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development:

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With the wonderful College, University and other Graduations taking place all over the USA, there has never been a better time than now to graduate. Best jobs market ever, great housing and financing. Go out there, work hard, & have a GREAT life. You deserve it. Congratulations!

Trump asked what Blacks had to lose. It was apparently healthcare, housing, college admission, & freedom after Sessions locks everyone up