WGBH – With an end to the pandemic in sight, Gov. Charlie Baker has his eyes on shoring up the state’s housing stock and infrastructure for the post-pandemic world.

Baker said the most recent round of federal funding in the American Rescue Plan Act included about $475 million dollars for rental assistance in Massachusetts, which will help programs like Father Bill’s and MainSpring in Quincy provide housing for those affected by the virus. Baker was in Quincy to announce a grant for the homeless shelter.

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