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How Your Neighbors Are Connecting And Helping Out During The Coronavirus Crisis20:41
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A young boy pays his respects to Mary Foley, waving a flag as her funeral procession passes. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
A young boy pays his respects to Mary Foley, waving a flag as her funeral procession passes. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
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Even though people are distancing themselves, they're still finding ways to help each other and find community amid the coronavirus crisis.

Yasmin Amer, a reporter for WBUR's Kind World podcast, and Jessie Norriss, a core-organizer with Mutual Aid for Medford and Somerville, tell us how.

If you're looking to assist your community, WBUR has a list of ways to help.

If you want to connect with a mutual aid network, here's a list.

If you want to tell WBUR about a story of kindness, share it here.

This segment aired on April 9, 2020.

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