GALLAGHER: "They didn’t have a plan when there was no Coronavirus outbreak but now they are trying to get a plan when there is and it doesn’t seem so far it is dealing very well."
THOMAS: "Do you realize we have the most homework of anywhere in the nation. We don’t have enough beds to house these people and a lot of them don’t want to be housed so the problem you’ve got is twofold. They can’t be quarantined because there is not enough places to quarantine them. Whether buyback of resources for mental health issues, I feel terribly for the homeless population right now because the virus is rampant in their communities and reaches all of us but not homeless when we tried to go to the market or you can’t go to the market, they only take 10 people at a time in a giant supermarket so everybody waits outside and if there’s homeless outside you could get contaminated."