GLENDALE, ARIZONA - SEPTEMBER 30: Maricopa County constable Lenny McCloskey posts an eviction order on the door of an apartment September 30, 2020 in Glendale, Arizona. Thousands of court-ordered evictions continue nationwide despite a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) moratorium for renters impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Although state and county officials say they have tried to educate the public on the protections, many renters remain unaware and fail to complete the necessary forms to remain in their homes. In many cases landlords have worked out more flexible payment plans with vulnerable tenants, although these temporary solutions have become fraught as the pandemic drags on. With millions of Americans still unemployed due to the pandemic, federal rental assistance proposals remain gridlocked in Congress. The expiry of the CDC moratorium at year's end looms large, as renters and landlord face a potential tsunami of evictions and foreclosures nationwide. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Según los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC por sus siglas en inglés), la moratoria de desalojos a nivel nacional se extenderá hasta el 30 de junio.

La protección estaba programada para expirar en dos días el 31 de marzo.

El CDC dice que la pandemia de COVID-19 ha presentado una amenaza histórica para la salud pública de la nación. Mantener a las personas en sus hogares y fuera de entornos congestionados, como refugios para personas sin hogar, al prevenir los desalojos es un paso clave para ayudar a detener la propagación del COVID-19.

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