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Idled help the isolated: Med students aid homebound seniors
by Dan Sewell
The Associated Press Translate This Article
9 May 2020
On 9 May 2020 The Associated Press reported:
University of Cincinnati medical students started a 'COVID-19 match' program modeled on one that began in Louisville, Kentucky, and is also being replicated around the country. Volunteers are assigned someone who is 60 years or older or who has health problems that make it particularly dangerous to risk exposure by leaving home. The volunteers do grocery shopping, pick up prescriptions, or perform other errands -- or just send cards and check in.
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