(By Allison Aubrey and Jane Greenhalgh for NPR)
One of the hardest things during this pandemic — for kids and adult children — has been staying away from their parents and grandparents.
People 65 years and older are at higher risk for getting a severe case of COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And about 80% of deaths in the U.S. from COVID-19 have been in people older than 65.
So it’s been especially important for older people to practice social distancing — even from family members — to reduce the risk of infection. Continue reading article here…
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