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What You Can Do When  Someone You Care for Gets Covid-19

We are six months into this pandemic and people are still getting sick. I live in New York City, so many people I know and care for were diagnosed right at the beginning (my 86 year-old mother with dementia miraculously pulled through; my 90 year-old uncle did not). In NYC, we seem to be on a COVID-19 infection break (less than 1% testing positive for 30 days), but that is not the case throughout the rest of the country. Recently a good friend who lives in Middle America and had been forced to go back to work called to tell me she had tested positive. I wanted to do something for her, but was at a loss as to what they could be.