Richard Marshallmat: Mike Matthews
In the UK a homeless man found a roof over my head thanks to pandemic COVID-19. This was reported on the website Newsweek.
30-year-old Richard Marshall (Richard Marshall) was one of the thousands of homeless British people, whom the government has provided temporary accommodation during the period of coronavirus epidemic. Thus the authorities are trying to stop the spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.
“I roam the streets from 12 years — admitted Marshall in conversation with journalists of Newsweek. — If not for this coronavirus, we would have never found a roof above a head”. The last three months he lives at the hotel Prince Rupert Hotel, located in the English town of Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
Marshall worried that waiting for him when the UK will return to his former life. “The last few days, I wonder what will happen to me next. Sooner or later, the isolation mode will be cancelled and I will have to face reality. Nothing can be done”, he shared his thoughts.
The Briton said that his parents died, and recently the owner of the Prince Rupert Hotel and the staff replaced his family. “After all they’ve done for me. Don’t even know how I can thank them enough, added Marshall. Is the best thing that gave me the coronavirus”. He also noted that the respect from others increased self-esteem.
Earlier it was reported about the inhabitant of the American city of Thornton, Iowa, who got sent 33 years ago card due to the coronavirus. Postage stamp San Francisco was dated December 1987.
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