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Were America’s Homes Ready for the Pandemic?

A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau says the Coronavirus pandemic has made many individuals reevaluate how to keep themselves and others safe as well as changing the way they manage space in their homes. Their conclusion said there were not enough rooms in many U.S. homes for an effective COVID-19 quarantine. In fact, they also say that housing characteristics don’t just impact a household’s ability to quarantine during a pandemic, they also affect how Americans work & learn at home. Continue reading HERE...

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