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Homelessness rose by six percent in Washington State in 2020 – triple the national average

A tent encampment housing homeless people is seen above in Seattle on Monday

Leaves Seattle Overrun By Tents And Children’s Playgrounds Strewn With Used Needles



Seattle residents said they were ‘sad’ and ‘depressed’ over encampments that have sprung up across city parks and fields in the past year as the numbers of homeless people soared.

The homeless population in Washington State rose in 2020 by more than six per cent – or about three times the national average, according to the latest data.

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