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Belgian shelter helps homeless cope with coronavirus lockdown

Reuters Wednesday, 25 March 2020
A Red Cross-run homeless shelter in an abandoned office block in Brussels is helping the city's homeless observe Belgium's lockdown to fight the coronavirus, although some on the streets are wary of confinement.
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