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Tents line a gravel sidewalk off Fulton Street near City Hall in San Francisco on May 5. Last week, city staffers started using chalk to draw socially distant spaces along the street for the tents to stay in. Beth LaBerge/KQED hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

San Francisco Shifts From Trashing Homeless Camps To Sanctioning Them Amid COVID-19

San Francisco's homelessness solution is one that was once thought unthinkable: city-sanctioned open-air encampments. The advent of COVID-19 forced city leaders to make the difficult decision.

San Diego State University is among the 23 campuses of the California State University system that will hold their fall semesters online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Mike Blake/Reuters hide caption

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Cal State Chancellor Says Virtual Classes Can Still Lead To 'Lifetime Of Opportunity'

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Tents line a gravel sidewalk off Fulton Street near City Hall in San Francisco on May 5. Last week, city staffers started using chalk to draw socially distant spaces along the street for the tents to stay in. Beth LaBerge/KQED hide caption

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San Francisco Shifts From Trashing Homeless Camps To Sanctioning Them Amid COVID-19

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