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Pandemic pushes homelessness in New York City to record levels with more than 20,000 single adults in shelters and thousands more sleeping on the streets
New York City homelessness has become worse as the pandemic has progressed since March of this year

More than 20,000 single adults are now sleeping in city homeless shelters, family numbers have declined

Homelessness in the city has reached levels not seen since the Great Depression with more than 57,000 homeless people as of October

The data showing the number of single adults sleeping in city shelters every night has reached a record high

City has been housing thousands of homeless men and women in hotels to protect them during the pandemic

139 hotels in the city were used as homeless shelters during the COVID-19 crisis in New York City

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