We asked AARP for its advice on how Eastern Iowa seniors, and their families, can deal with being apart so much this year. Q. It’s been a crazy year for all of us, but maybe more so for Iowa seniors, who may have less regular interactions with other people and more to fear from getting seriously ill from COVID-19.

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