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Letter: would help to have list of food delivery services

Gena Grider writes:
As someone who is on quarantine myself, I can say it makes it difficult to not be able to go to the store, get supplies or even food.

I have a hard time being able to cook and as such rely heavily on area restaurants. But now most of them have stopped delivering. If there was a way to list services that would be willing to deliver for people who are stuck at home for 2 weeks, I think more people would admit coming into contact with a positive case.

Since everything has opened back up there aren't many who could afford to quarantine. That could be an area they could focus on if they want people to comply.

Also making testing mandatory at the end of the 2 weeks before they are released off of quarantine, I believe, would catch a lot of asymptomatic cases. - Gena




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