We’re being told to stay at home to protect ourselves and others, but you can’t stay home if you don’t have a home. The latest homeless counts found that 7,655 people in B.C. are experiencing homelessness, including 3,298 staying in shelters. You can’t self-isolate if you sleep in a shelter with lots of other people. And you can’t keep from picking up or spreading germs if you live in a Single Room Occupancy (SRO) hotel room with no kitchen where you share the bathroom with everyone on your floor.