Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.Some of the most vulnerable members of the community in San Diego will soon be housed in a building better known for hosting the pop culture extravaganza known as Comic-Con.San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said Monday that more than 5,000 people in the city do not have the option to “stay home” during the coronavirus pandemic and that the city will use the San Diego Convention Center as a homeless shelter.“We are taking dramatic actions to help keep the coronavirus from spreading in the homeless community. This is a new, coordinated, system-wide approach to serve homeless individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Faulconer said in a statement. “The Convention Center is a centerpiece of San Diego’s economy. During this pandemic, it will be a centerpiece of our fight against the coronavirus.”CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWNThere are about 151,000 homeless individuals in California, with the Golden State having half of the country’s total street population. The group is particularly susceptible to COVID-19, which can be spread through coughing and sneezing.California Gov. Gavin Newsom has said his office estimates as many as 60,000 people experiencing homelessness could contract the virus, and has pledged to spend $150 million on


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