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For people who live on the road, self-isolating at home during the pandemic is impossible - now there's a spreadsheet to connect them with temporary places to stay

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

COVID-19 and subsequent social distancing has forced people to stay home - but for some, home is on the road.
Megan Kantor and her husband are van-lifers, and they - along with many in the van-life community - found themselves stuck once campgrounds closed.
To connect van-lifers with places to stay, Kantor created a Google spreadsheet - and the response to help was overwhelming.
Hosts are former van-lifers, outdoors lovers, hikers, nature enthusiasts, and just generous, kind people in general, offering their driveways or extra rooms to those in need.
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