Spokane COVID team coordinating food resources
Confirmed cases rise, but more slowly
Last updated 4/13/2020 at 5:34pm
SPOKANE -- The Inland COVID-19 Response Team's Food Continuity Task Force is working with area agencies to provide access to resources in Spokane County for those experiencing food and meal needs.
My Spokane 311 and the task force, together with community partners such as Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels, 2nd Harvest, United Way and the Spokane Regional Health District are collaborating on development and delivery of a "Food and Supply Needs" program, according to an April 10 news release. The program will be used to assess needs, and coordinate resources for Spokane County residents....
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