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How to Care for People With Intellectual Disabilities During the COVID-19 Crisis

Dr. Alicia Bazzano, Chief Health Officer for Special Olympics, was recently interviewed on QuickTake by Bloomberg, a global network delivering breaking news and trends. On it, she discussed why people with intellectual disabilities (ID) are more vulnerable to COVID-19 complications and why maintaining proper hygiene and finding ways to remain active indoors is so important.
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