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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

THE CITY OF MONROE: Aging & Adult Services Agency wants Michiganders to help Aging adults to cope with COVID-19

Local Government

By Press release submission | Mar 24, 2020


The City of Monroe issued the following announcement on March 21.

Aging adults need your help as they cope with COVID-19. Donation and volunteer opportunities are available.

Michigan Aging & Adult Services Agency is encouraging Michigan residents to consider how they can help people over the age of 60 deal with the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.

“Older adults need our support now more than ever, as they are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19,” said Dr. Alexis Travis, the agency’s director. “Aging & Adult Services Agency wants Michiganders to think about how they can step up and help – whether it’s by donating money, volunteering, or calling their older neighbors to make sure they are OK.”

Original source can be found here.

Source: The City of Monroe

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