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Limited social media engagement may have caused older adults to miss out on resources and support early in the pandemic

Nov 15, 2021

This news story originally appeared at Google News - Search on 15 November 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic began in spring 2020, the federal government asked individuals to social distance from one another. In response, state, and local authorities nationwide began issuing curfews and recommendations to “shelter-in-place.” Many people worried the mental health of older adults would suffer from the negative effects of COVID-19 and social isolation.