On Wednesday, July 8 at 19:30GMT: 
When it comes to fighting coronavirus, social distancing and handwashing play a key role in limiting infection. But these precautions are not always an option for homeless people, making them all the more vulnerable to contracting the virus. Stay-at-home orders also impede access to soup kitchens, churches and other essential services that people without homes rely on.

Advocates, therefore, argue that efforts to tackle the coronavirus in the US must include ways to address homelessness. But is there the political will to do this? In this episode of The Stream, we ask a panel of experts.

On this episode of The Stream, we speak with:
Marc Dones, @marcformarc
Executive Director, National Innovation Service
nis.us

Margot Kushel, @MKushel
Professor of Medicine and Director, University of California San Francisco Center for Vulnerable Populations
ucsf.edu

Mark Horvath, @invisiblepeople
Founder, Invisible People
invisiblepeople.tv

Read more:
Inside the US's coronavirus convention-centre homeless shelters - Al Jazeera 
US police handcuff Black doctor who tests homeless for COVID-19 - Al Jazeera 

Source: Al Jazeera