COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo – The City of Colorado Springs together with El Paso County, El Paso County Public Heal th and 12 members of the Pikes Peak Area Continuum of Care successfully opened a community isolation shelter to serve th ose individuals infected with COVID-19 who are currently experiencing homelessness. The shelter is located at the City A uditorium at 221 E. Kiowa St., which is owned, managed and maintained by the City of Colorado Springs. While the Isolati on shelter is not a medical facility, it does feature nursing care, telehealth services and meals. In order to protect t he health of staff who will interact with guests, staff have been provided face masks, sanitizer, gloves and basic medic al supplies. As for amenities, the isolation shelter has cots, blankets, restrooms, portable showers and hand washing st ations. The shelter can currently house 70 individuals, with the capacity to expand to 100 if needed. The isolation shel ter is a coordinated effort by the Pik

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