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The World Health Organization has stressed that emotional and physical well-being of people over 60 in every society are at greater risk because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also suffer the most from measures which are taken to mitigate its spread. For this reason, many parishes including those in the Diocese of Georgetown, are trying to support their senior citizens.

Catholic Standard reported that the charitable groups in some parishes, such as the Ladies of Charity and the Society of St Vincent de Paul, along with parishioners, have helped to coordinate the packaging of food hampers and other necessities from donations of cash and kind which they received.

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