cmac'm
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cmac'm asked in TravelUnited StatesNew York City · 5 months ago

In NYC all the homeless and recently released criminals(usually homeless too) are inhabiting the subways. What should NYC do about it?

No one else wants to ride the subways because the rate of infection of the homeless is high (they don't wear masks) and the unchecked criminals who were recently released from prison due to China virus

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  • 5 months ago

    As of ten minutes ago (I watched Cuomo) the subways will be closed every night for intense cleaning.  More effort will be made trip take care of the homeless --MANY of which are in that condition through no fault of their own.  To assume otherwise is both ignorant and heartless. I am ashamed that out society does not assist the homeless better - but a significant number are such because of the cost of medical services, add often inappropriate expulsion from facilities.  All about $$$.

  • John
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    5 months ago

    Early on California gathered, rented, borrowed, whatever, some thousands of motor homes and parked them at places like fairgrounds, to house homeless people of all sorts. They have also rented whole residential hotels and there was something last week that the state had some contract with Motel 6. It's a matter of public health.

  • Robert
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    The useless should be banned from public transportation period. By the way, there is no such thing as homeless in a society with as many social programs as we have here. They are offered shelter, they prefer to live in the subway. They have no right to interfere with commerce because they are not satisfied with the shelter given to them after they have drunk themselves out of society. Round them up, put there somewhere that will keep them from infecting people who shouldn't have to deal with them.

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