People in cities around the country are setting up ad hoc groups of the young, healthy, and not at risk to help bring food and services to people who shouldn’t be in public at all.
While people line up outside grocery stores to stock their kitchens for the coronavirus crisis—sometimes waiting for hours—some are shopping not for themselves, but as volunteers for elderly or immunocompromised neighbors. A network of dozens of mutual aid groups has sprung up across the country, many using Google spreadsheets to track volunteers and people in need of food or medicine.
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