As more community members are in self-quarantining for safety and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, more people are isolated and physically away from family and friends. Simple ways to be a good neighbor include:

  • Checking on the elderly and vulnerable adults daily by phone, email, text message or some other way that does not require a face-to-face visit.
  • Run errands for medication, food and supplies.
  • Clean a home (regular detergents and cleaning supplies are sufficient).
  • Care for pets.

View information from the Minnesota Board of Aging about helping Minnesota’s older adults during COVID-19.