I read this article: 'Nowhere else to go': Healthcare workers struggle to keep their families safe from COVID-19 Frontline healthcare workers in Sydney are having to turn to Facebook to find places to live away from their families to protect them from coronavirus. Rose Ybanez is a nurse at Sydney Adventist Hospital with an eight-month-old baby and her 72-year-old mother with pre-existing medical conditions at home. She shares a room with her husband and baby and said she wouldn't be able to go elsewhere to self-isolate should she contract coronavirus. "If I did get infected I have nowhere else to go, we don't have a spare room," Ms Ybanez said. "It's $100 a night for places accepting self-isolating individuals, but I can't pay that every night." ... read more I'm wondering if there is an opportunity for people with vacant Airbnb or furnished properties in close proximity to hospitals to offer to house a front-line health care worker cheaply (or for free!) ?? I think the government should also come to the party here and offer to subsidise medical staff housing - but that doesn't mean those of us with the ability to help can't do their bit.