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In other words, except for the people who will benefit from their closeness to governments. I’m no longer a slave to fear I am a child of God face mask. The vast majority of people will be worse off financially, and for a long time.

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Continuing isolation of residents in assisted living communities is causing much harm and should be phased with the rest. I’m no longer a slave to fear I am a child of God face mask. Those with no underlying health conditions should be free to leave or have visitors. Yes! My mom is in assisted living with dementia and the isolation is making her deteriorate quicker. She really needs social interaction! The residents eat by themselves, stay in their apartment all day, and many, like my mom, cannot even turn on the TV or read a book. This is devastating. if you dont like Trump,they why are you on here? people need to stop spreading lies and hatred. That’s why this world is so screwed up. I work in activities in an assisted living in NH. The community has been in lockdown since March 20th. It’s been an extremely difficult past several weeks for residents and staff alike. Our residents can be in corridors and sit outside but they cannot sit close and no group activities, just hallway sing alongs and hallway bingo. We also do room manicures and visits so they can zoom or FaceTime with their families. And, in the morning we deliver cold drinks and activity packets door to door. At three we do Happy Hour door to door. It’s not the best life, but my residents definitely get social interaction. They know staff are doing everything we can to keep them entertained. They also know staff can’t see their families either. We all have that sadness in common. I live alone myself, so I feel their isolation issues. However, there’s no way senior communities should be “open” any time soon.

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