Homeless in the time of North Carolina's ‘Stay-at-Home’ Order

April 7, 2020

Members of BeLoved Asheville’s street medic team described a postapocalyptic scene when they drove downtown on a recent evening. Instead of hugs, co-director Adrienne Sigmon said team members spread tents and bags containing information about COVID-19, masks, meals and hand sanitizer. 

“This disease has just taken over everything, and it’s really kind of stripped away the humanity and the feeling of what it is to connect with people,” Sigmon said.

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