“As hand-washing becomes increasingly important amid the coronavirus outbreak, Denver City Council is considering a $3.5 million contract that would widen public access to portable bathrooms, each equipped with soap, water and a sink to scrub off germs.
Since the city launched its mobile public restroom project in March 2016, in part to address the city’s hepatitis A outbreak, it’s rolled out two trailer-based restrooms, which move across Denver roughly every three to six months. The goal is to provide the city’s most vulnerable populations, among others, with basic human needs, like a toilet and place to clean themselves.”
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Alvarez, Alayna. Out THere Colorado 12 March 2020.