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With the nationwide eviction ban expiring immediately, Leopold expects he and his spouse, Vivia, and their six younger kids, might be compelled out of their dwelling in Deerfield Seashore, Florida, the place they’ve lived for the previous three years.
They’re one in all thousands and thousands of households in America which might be nonetheless behind on lease, and could possibly be vulnerable to homelessness when the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention’s eviction moratorium lifts at midnight.
“I am shaking simply serious about,” Leopold, 50, stated.
Leopold, who requested to make use of his first identify solely due to the stigma connected to evictions, stated the pandemic set him again in additional methods than he can depend.
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