More than five weeks ago, the government told the over 70s to be particularly rigorous in monitoring physical distancing measures – especially for those with underlying health problems – and to limit interactions face to face with family and friends.
Many have not left their homes since and even before. Seniors rely on family and friends, local charities and the government for food and medicine. But some fear that some may have fallen between the cracks.
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