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Essential Workers’ Bubbles: Crowding, Housing Affordability and Tenure

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Looking at housing for essential workers is important to protect our communities in the future because pandemics are likely to be more prevalent.

During the COVID-19 lockdown in Aotearoa New Zealand, research was done on the housing of essential workers. This bulletin highlights that a substantial number of these workers are dealing with affordability stress and some are experiencing overcrowding. It also discusses that those essential workers in rental housing are most vulnerable to both affordability problems and problems with crowding.

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