STEFANIE DAZIO and KATHLEEN RONAYNE Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Homeless people in California congregated in parks, popped into each other's tents on sidewalks and packed closely together to get food Friday, routine scenes that took on different and dangerous significance as state officials try to contain spread of the coronavirus. California is under a statewide stay-at-home order and residents have been told not to gather in groups greater than 10 and when outside to maintain a safe distance from others. The state's homeless population, estimated at at least 150,000, is seen as especially vulnerable to a disease that is spread by coughing and sneezing. State and local officials have committed to moving quickly to get large numbers into safe indoor spaces. But there was lit
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