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Boston Public Radio: Lyndia Downie on Covid's impact one year later March 16, 2021 | Pine Street Inn President & Executive Director Lyndia Downie chatted with Jim Braude and Margery Eagan of Boston Public Radio to discuss the challenges of keeping the homeless community safe during the pandemic. She also explained how shelters across the country are repurposing vacant hotels and motels into supportive housing.
WBUR: Vaccinating the most vulnerable January 22, 2021 | "I'll be honest, it's very emotional to watch," said Pine Street Inn President and Executive Director Lyndia Downie. Downie said she's thankful to state officials "for prioritizing people who are normally at the bottom of every list, and who this time actually got a shot at being at the top of the list and a shot at some hope."
CBS Boston: Making Christmas Memorable Without Volunteers December 24, 2020 | Chef Frank said, “It’s a very difficult time of year for our guests so it’s also an opportunity for us at Pine Street Inn to make it the best we can for them, and while we try to give them great food all year round, we really go all out for the holidays.”
Shelter guests to receive covid-19 vaccine December 21, 2020 | “Our guests are just like everybody else. They have questions about it. Some people are in a high-risk category and want the vaccine and are very worried about getting COVID,” Lyndia Downie, Pine Street Inn President & Executive Director, said to Spare Change News.