Formerly Berkeley Food & Housing Project

Berkeley is unusual in having its own public health division. How does that work during a pandemic?

…one of the major upsides to having an independent public health agency is Berkeley’s ability to tailor its mandates to the unique needs of the community — which consists of a university with a large international population, as well as more than 1,000 unhoused individuals — the second-highest number of homeless individuals in the county after Oakland.”

Nurse Megan takes a swab of Berkeley Food and Housing Project Director Kathy Teggiari’s mouth while nurse Miniimahe waits. Photo: Pete Rosos [from Berkeleyside]

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